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Hill, C.E. Liu, J. Spangler, P. Sim, W. Schottenbauer, M. (2008). Working with Dreams in Psychotherapy: What Do Psychoanalytic Therapists Report That They Do?. Psychoanal. Psychol., 25(4):565-573.
  

(2008). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 25(4):565-573

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Working with Dreams in Psychotherapy: What Do Psychoanalytic Therapists Report That They Do?

Clara E. Hill, Ph.D., Jingqing Liu, M.A., Patricia Spangler, M.A., Wonjin Sim, M.A. and Michele Schottenbauer, Ph.D.

Forty-seven psychoanalytic therapists completed a questionnaire about dream work. Overall, results indicated that therapists had very positive attitudes toward dreams, worked with their own dreams, sought out dream training, and felt competent working with dreams. Therapists estimated that they worked with dreams with about half of their clients about half of the time in psychotherapy. They were most willing to work with dreams when clients had recurrent or troubling dreams or nightmares, were psychologically minded, were seeking growth, were interested in dreams, and were willing to work with dreams.

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