Use this sheet to record
your progress on your
You can describe:
• The step you were working on. What
you did, when you did it (including how
long it took),
• Your expected SUDS ratings – how
nervous you expected to be.
• Your actual SUDS ratings – how
nervous you actually were.
• Whether you completed the situation
– if you were able to stay in the
situation for the time you specified for
that step, and what tools you used.
• If you experienced a great deal of
difficulty. Note down why you think
this might have been the case, and how
you might prepare yourself to go into
the situation the next time.
Situational Exposure Diary
STEP/ SITUATION Expected
Skills used to complete situation OR
Difficulties with completion and skills to prepare for next
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