1. DAILY-LIFE SAFETY BEHAVIOURS
These are safety behaviours that you might use in your everyday life.
- Avoiding hot drinks
- Avoiding physical exertion
- Always carrying a mobile phone
- Avoiding certain TV programmes
- Making sure to get enough sleep
- Always having TV or Radio on
Dropping EVERYDAY Safety Behaviours
Create a list of safety behaviours.
Arrange your list in order of least depended upon to most. Experiment with ‘dropping’ these each day as you go about your daily life.
Start with the least depended on and continue until you no longer need the behaviour. Use a Behavioural Experiment Worksheet.
2. SITUATION SPECIFIC SAFETY BEHAVIOURS
These are safety behaviours that
you might use in specific situations.
- A Shopping Centre
- Staying near the exit
- Avoiding busy times
- Only going with a friend
- Staying near seats
- Staying near the door in the shops
Dropping SITUATION SPECIFIC Safety Behaviours
You drop these when you are conducting Behavioural Experiments with EXTERNAL situations.
Create a list of safety behaviours and arrange your list in order of least depended upon to most.
Use this list for your Graduated Exposure Worksheet.