Please no plagiarism and make sure you are able to access all resource on your own before you bid. One of the referencesmustcome from James, R. K., & Gilliland, B. E. (2017). I have attached several documents and I have included some of my answers but I need you to elaborate. It has to be at least one page. Please follow the instructions. I need this completed by 09/01/18 at 6pm.Journal Assignment: Self-CareFor this Assignment, you will complete a Self-Care Assessment. After you have completed the assessment, you will self-score and record your results for your journal, reflecting on any insights you gained from the self-assessment, what areas you might need to address to protect yourself from burnout, and what self-care strategies you may want to consider for yourself.To Prepare:· Review the Roles, Responsibilities, and Self-Care of Crisis Responders video found in the Learning Resources for this week and consider the specific self-care perspectives and other considerations discussed.· Review and download the Self-Care Assessment Worksheet found in the Learning Resources for this week.· Complete the Self-Care Assessment to evaluate the physical, psychological, emotional, spiritual, and workplace/professional areas of your life. Follow the directions as provided. Save your results for this Journal Assignment.· Review and download the Professional Quality of Life Scale (ProQOL): Compassion Satisfaction and Compassion Fatigue self-assessment found in the Learning Resources for this week.· Complete the Professional Quality of Life Scale (ProQOL): Compassion Satisfaction and Compassion Fatigue self-assessment to identify your compassion satisfaction, burnout, and secondary traumatic stress scores. Follow the directions as provided. Save your results for this Journal Assignment.In your journal, address the following questions:· As you reflect on your self-care assessment results, what key findings or insights did you uncover? I realize that I don’t take care of myself physically. I don’t really feel up to doing anything and that could be because I don’t get enough sleep. Psychologically I need to use more techniques to help de-stress. Emotionally I feel like I have disconnected from others and myself. I feel that spiritually I do more of these techniques than any of the other areas because I believe God is the only person I have. I realized that if I don’t balance my workload then I am going to get burned out.· What areas do you want to highlight or address to protect your wellness?· What self-care strategies will you use to maintain your wellness as a professional counselor? Physical care-get more sleep. Psychological care-say no to extra responsibilities. Emotionally-allow myself to cry. Spiritually-be aware of nonmaterial aspects of life. Work-balance my workload so the load can be even day by day.Required ResourcesReadingsJames, R. K., & Gilliland, B. E. (2017). Crisis intervention strategies (8th ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.Chapter 16, “Human Services Workers in Crisis:      Burnout, Vicarious Traumatization, and Compassion Fatigue”AssessmentsAmerican Counseling Association. (2002). Self-care assessment worksheet. Retrieved from http://www.creating-joy.com/taskforce/tf_wellness_strategies.htmStamm, B. H. (2009). Professional quality of life scale (ProQOL): Compassion satisfaction and compassion fatigue (ProQOL) version 5. Retrieved from http://www.proqol.org/ProQol_Test.htmlCrisis Response Portfolio ExamplesDocument: Crisis Response Portfolio TemplateRequired MediaLaureate Education (Producer). (2017b). Roles, responsibilities, and self-care of crisis responders [Video file]. Baltimore, MD: Author.This is an interactive landing page for the various videos from Faculty who self-recorded themselves.Optional ResourcesAdministration for Children & Families. (n.d.). Secondary traumatic stress. Retrieved March 2, 2018, from https://www.acf.hhs.gov/trauma-toolkit/secondary-traumatic-stressAmerican Psychological Association. (2018). The road to resilience. Retrieved from http://www.apa.org/helpcenter/road-resilience.aspxDagan, K., Itzhaky, H., & Ben-Porat, A. (2015). Therapists working with trauma victims: The contribution of personal, environmental, and professional-organizational resources to secondary traumatization. Journal of Trauma & Dissociation, 16(5), 592–606. doi:10.1080/15299732.2015.1037038Hanks, B. B., & Portrie-Bethke, T. (2017b). Rhonda. In E. Ventura, (Ed.), Casebook for DSM-5: Diagnosis and treatment planning (pp. 55–64). New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company.Neswald-Potter, R., & Simmons, R. T. (2016). Regenerative supervision: A restorative approach for counsellors impacted by vicarious trauma. Canadian Journal of Counselling & Psychotherapy, 50(1), 75–90. Retrieved from http://cjc-rcc.ucalgary.ca/cjc/index.php/rcc/article/view/2817/pdf

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