This exercise is to be used with anxiety prevention therapy. It will give the therapist a good idea of what worries your student and to what extent. Cut out the pictures in the first 7 pages, being sure to include the picture and the caption together. Next cut out the 3 different circles with the captions “a little or not really”, “some” and “a lot”. Use a container, such as small buckets or boxes and attach one label on each container. Cut out the practice items. Using these, explain to your student that there are some things that I like “a little or not really”, “some” and “a lot”. Show each practice item to your student and place it one at a time in the container labeled, “a little or not really”, “some” and “a lot”, depending on your preference. Now ask the student to do the same with the practice items (common everyday items provided on separate page). Once you have determined your student is able to understand the exercise, move on to the items under “What makes you worry?” Give one picture at a time to the student and allow him to place the image in the container corresponding to how worried it makes them feel. These will then be used if you are doing exposure or building a step ladder for desensitization.