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Counseling Psychology, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742

Last Updated: September 2015

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Department of  Psychology                                                                                                                   


CLARA E. HILL

Professor, Department of Psychology














Selected Publications


Recent Books:


Hill, C. E. (Ed.) (2004). Dream work in therapy: Facilitating exploration, insight, and action. Washington DC: American Psychological Association.


Hill, C. E. (2004). Helping skills: Facilitating exploration, insight, and action (2nd ed). Washington DC: American Psychological Association.


Castonguay, L. & Hill, C. E. (Eds.) (2007). Insight in psychotherapy. Washington DC: American Psychological Association.


Hill, C. E. (2009). Helping skills: Facilitating exploration, insight, and action (3rd ed). Washington DC: American Psychological Association.  Accompanying videotape demonstrates the three-stage approach in psychotherapy.


Hill, C. E. (Ed.) (2012). Consensual qualitative research: A practical resource for investigating social science phenomena. Washington DC: American Psychological Association.

 

Castonguay, L. & Hill, C. E. (Eds.) (2012). Transformation in psychotherapy: Corrective experiences across cognitive behavioral, humanistic, and psychodynamic approaches. Washington DC: American Psychological Association.


Recent Journal Articles on the Process and Outcome of Psychotherapy:

Hoffman, M. A., Hill, C. E., Holmes, S. E., & Freitas, G. F. (2005). Supervisor perspective on the process and outcome of giving easy, difficult, or no feedback to supervisees. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 52, 3-13.


Mohr, J. J., Gelso, C. J., & Hill, C. E. (2005). Client and counselor trainee attachment as predictors of session evaluation and countertransference behavior in first counseling sessions. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 52, 298-309.


Lent, R. L., Hoffman, M. A., Hill, C. E., Treistman, D., Mount, M., & Singley, D. (2006). Client-specific counselor self-efficacy in novice counselors: Relation to perceptions of session quality. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 53, 453-463.


Hill, C. E. (2007). My personal reactions to Rogers (1957): The facilitative but neither necessary nor sufficient conditions of therapeutic personality change. Invited paper in Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 44, 260-264.


Stahl, J., & Hill, C. E. (2008).  A comparison of four methods for assessing natural helpers. Journal of Community Psychology, 64, 289-298.


Goates-Jones, M., & Hill, C. E. (2008). Treatment preference, treatment-preference match, and therapist credibility: Influence on session outcome and preference shift. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 45, 61-74.


Kasper, L., Hill, C. E., & Kivlighan, D. (2008, in press). Therapist immediacy in brief psychotherapy therapy: Case study I. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training.


Hill, C. E., Sim, W., Spangler, P., Stahl, J., Sullivan, C., & Teyber, E. (in press). Therapist immediacy in brief psychotherapy therapy: Case study II. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training.


Hill, C. E. (in press). Rejoinder: The what, why, and how of immediacy. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training.


Vivino, B., Thompson, B., Hill, C. E., & Ladany, N. (in press). Compassion in psychotherapy: The perspective of psychotherapists nominated as compassionate. Psychotherapy Research.


Recent Journal Articles on Dreams:


Wonnell, T. L., & Hill, C. E. (2005). Predictors of intention to act and implementation of action in dream sessions: Therapist skills, level of difficulty of action plan, and client involvement. Dreaming, 15, 129-141.


Davis, T. L., & Hill, C. E. (2005). Including spirituality in the Hill model of dream interpretation. Journal of Counseling and Development, 83, 492-503.


Rochlen, A. B., Hill, C. E., et al. (2005). Gender role conflict and the process and outcome of dream work with men. Dreaming, 15, 227-239.

                                     

Hill, C. E., Crook-Lyon, R. E., Hess, S., Goates-Jones, M. K., Roffman, M., Stahl, J., Sim, W., & Johnson, M. (2006). Prediction of session process and outcome in the Hill dream model: Contributions of client dream-related characteristics and the process of the three stages. Dreaming, 16, 159-185.


Hill, C. E., Spangler, P., Sim, W., & Baumann, E. (2007). The interpersonal content of dreams: Relation to pre-session client variables, process, and outcome of sessions using the Hill dream model. Dreaming, 17, 1-19.


Hill, C. E., Tien, H-L., Sheu, H-B., Sim, W., Ma, Y., Choi, K-H, & Tashiro, T. (2007). Predictors of outcome of dream work for East Asian volunteer clients: Dream factors, anxious attachment, Asian values, and therapist input. Dreaming, 17, 208-226.


Knox, S., Hill, C. E., Hess, S., & Crook-Lyon, R. (2008). The attainment of insight in the Hill dream model: Replication and extension. Psychotherapy Research, 18, 200-215.


Baumann, E., & Hill, C. E. (2008). The attainment of insight in the insight stage of the Hill dream model: The influence of client reactance and therapist interventions. Dreaming, 18, 127-137.


Spangler, P., & Hill, C. E. (in press). Therapist dreams about clients: A qualitative investigation. Psychotherapy Research.


Hill, C. E., Liu, J., Spangler, P., Sim, W., & Schottenbauer, M. (in press). Working with dreams in psychotherapy: What do psychodynamic therapists report that they do? Psychoanalytic Psychology.


Recent Journal Articles on Training of Psychotherapists:


Hill, C. E. (2005). Therapist techniques, client involvement, and the therapeutic relationship: Inextricably intertwined in the therapy process. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 431-442.


Hess, S., Knox, S., & Hill, C. E. (2006). Teaching graduate student trainees how to manage client anger: A comparison of three types of training. Psychotherapy Research, 16, 282-292.


Teasdale, A. C., & Hill, C. E. (2006).  Preferences of therapists-in-training for client characteristics: A paired comparison methodology. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 43, 111-118.


Hill, C. E., & Lent, R. W. (2006). A narrative and meta-analytic review of helping skills training: Time to revive a dormant area of inquiry. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 43, 154-172.


Knox, S., Schlosser, L. Z., Pruitt, N. T., & Hill, C. E. (2006). A qualitative examination of graduate advising relationships: The advisor perspective. The Counseling Psychologist, 34, 489-518.


Hill, C. E., Stahl, J., & Roffman, M. (2007). Training novice therapists: Helping skills and beyond. Invited paper in Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 44, 364-370.


Hill, C. E., Sullivan, C., Knox, S, & Schlosser, L. (2007). Becoming therapists: The experiences of novice therapists in a beginning graduate class. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 44, 434-449.


Hess, S., Knox, S., Schultz, J. M., Hill, C. E., Sloan, L., Brandt, S., Kelley, F., & Hoffman, M. A. (2008). Pre-doctoral interns’ non-disclosure in supervision. Psychotherapy Research, 18, 400-411.


Hill, C. E., Roffman, M., Stahl, J., Friedman, S., Hummel, A., & Wallace, C. (2008). Helping skills training for undergraduates: Outcomes and predictors of outcomes. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 55, 359-370.


Journal Articles on Qualitative Research:


Hill, C. E., Thompson, B. J., & Williams, E. N. (1997). A guide to conducting consensual qualitative research. The Counseling Psychologist, 25, 517-572.


Hill, C. E., Knox, S., Thompson, B. J., Williams, E. N., Hess, S., & Ladany, N. (2005). Consensual Qualitative Research: An update. Invited article in Journal of Counseling Psychology, 52, 196-205.


Contact Information

Office: 1247G BPS

E-mail: cehill@umd.edu

Phone: 301-405-5791



Education

PhD Southern Illinois University, 1974


Research Interests

Current areas of interest are the identification and training of counseling skills, process and outcome studies of psychotherapy, working with dreams, and qualitative research.