Format: Part 1: (Re)Familiarize yourself with the Self-Care Starter Kit and use the resources in the kit to develop (or update) your own self-care plan. Part 2: Write a brief paper (5-6 pages) in which you: Define and differentiate trauma, complex trauma, secondary traumatic stress, vicarious traumatization, burnout, countertransference, and retraumatization. What are they? How are they similar/different? Discuss how self-care relates to these concepts: Why is it important for helping professionals to be aware of these concepts and to practice self-care? Cite the Butler, Carello, and Maguin (2016) article, Goelitz, Van der Kolk, and at least two of the Self-Care Readings from the Self-Care Starter Kit. Personalize this: What does self-care mean to you? Which two of the Self-Care Exercises and Activities looked most helpful to you (remember to cite them)? How come? What barriers to self-care do you anticipate while completing this program? What would help you overcome these barriers? Make a plan for change. How will you integrate this new information into your every-day life? Be specific and set one or two goals with objectives to follow. Remember the SMART acronym (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-specific) when you make these goals. General Expectations: This is a formal paper, so you are expected to use APA paper and documentation format. You should provide an introductory purpose statement and a conclusion. You do not need to include an abstract and you may use first person language. You are expected to cite credible sources for all of your definitions. Tip: Remember to italicize terms the first time you refer to them as terms (e.g. “Secondary traumatic stress refers to…”).