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Dream work in therapy : facilitating exploration, insight, and action

Author: Clara E Hill
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association, 2004.
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Reviews C.E. Hill's cognitive-experiential model for working with dreams. Developed over many years by Hill and her students, the approach integrates aspects from several existing dream theories, such as Freudian, Jungian, Gestalt, phenomenological, client-centered, and behavioral, to create a theoretically consistent, three-staged model. Using this approach, therapists collaborate with clients to help them explore  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: (DLC) 2003044403
Named Person: Clara E Hill; Clara E Hill
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Clara E Hill
OCLC Number: 123568120
Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 305 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Foreword / Alan B. Siegel --
Introduction / Clara E. Hill --
Part I. Overview of the Hill Cognitive-Experiential Dream Model --
The Exploration Stage / Clara E. Hill --
The Insight Stage / Clara E. Hill --
The Action Stage / Clara E. Hill --
Part II. Extensions of the Hill Cognitive-Experiential Dream Model --
Working With Dreams in Ongoing Psychotherapy / Mary C. Cogar --
Working With Dreams in Groups / Teresa L. Wonnell --
Self-Guided Methods for Working With Dreams / Jason S. Zack --
Incorporating Spirituality Into Dream Work / Timothy L. Davis --
Dreams of the Bereaved / Shirley A. Hess --
Using Dreams To Work With Male Clients / Aaron B. Rochlen --
Working With Nightmares / Kristin J. Heaton --
Part III. Training and Research on the Hill Cognitive-Experiential Dream Model --
Training Therapists to Work with Dreams in Therapy / Rachel E. Crook --
Research on the Hill Cognitive-Experiential Dream Model / Clara E. Hill and Melissa K. Goates --
Appendix A. Steps of the Dream Interpretation Model --
Appendix B. Attitudes Toward Dreams Scale --
Appendix C. Gains From Dream Interpretation Measure --
Appendix D. Therapist-Rated Adherence Measure.
Other Titles: PsycBOOKS
Responsibility: edited by Clara E. Hill.
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Reviews C.E. Hill's cognitive-experiential model for working with dreams. Developed over many years by Hill and her students, the approach integrates aspects from several existing dream theories, such as Freudian, Jungian, Gestalt, phenomenological, client-centered, and behavioral, to create a theoretically consistent, three-staged model. Using this approach, therapists collaborate with clients to help them explore their dreams, gain insight into the meaning of their dreams, and take action to resolve issues in their waking life. The book discusses the theoretical basis of the model and provides instructions for implementing it in practice. Through the use of valuable clinical examples, chapter authors present extensions of the model in specific settings and populations, such as groups, men, the bereaved, and nightmare sufferers. The last part of the book describes how to train therapists to use the model and provides a detailed review of the model's empirical research. This approach offers therapists and their clients a structured but flexible method for maximizing the therapeutic benefits of working with dreams. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved).

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