Gender Role Conflict and the Process and Outcome of Dream Work With Men

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The current study evaluated how men with variable levels of gender role conflict responded to single-session, therapist-facilitated dream work using theC. E. Hill (1996, 2004) model of dream work. Overall, men reported positive benefits from participating in the dream session, similar to data in other studies. Men who reported higher gender role conflict on the Gender Role Conflict Scale discussed related gender role conflict themes during dream work, although gender role conflict was not related to session outcome. Reasons for these results are explored, and ideas for future research are suggested.

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