Client involvement was examined in the 4 steps of the exploration stage of theHill (1996, 2004)cognitive-experiential dream model—description, reexperiencing, association, and waking life triggers. Seventeen cases fromGupta and Hill's (2014)study were chosen based on best and worst outcome. Involvement in each step was significantly positively related to involvement in all the other steps. Clients were more involved in the description step than in the reexperiencing step. Client involvement in the description step was marginally significant in predicting session outcome, although client involvement in the other 3 steps did not predict session outcome. Implications for the Hill dream model and research are discussed.