If you did the therapy thoroughly the first time then I would say you could use the handouts as a way to guide where your weaknesses are.
For example. The ants handout is there to stop the negative thinking and it is a call for you to take control of it, if you still find yourself having lots of ants then continue with the ants handout and let the message sink in once more.
If you find that your still finding there are situations that you feel you can't do, then review the sessions around 14 to 16.
I think you want to do an assessment of yourself and see where you could improve, I'd argue that worrying about what handouts you may be missing out at this stage is a safety behaviour that probably isn't helping you. Remember the lessons of the fighting paradox, the anxiety runs out once you stop acting negatively against yourself, it is your own actions that keep the anxiety going. So keep this in mind when going through the therapy, I would go through it sequentially again and really try to take in the messages and make as much effort as possible to make the progress without putting to much pressure on yourself. The end result of the therapy should be the need not to do it.