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Aaron Rochlen, Ph.D.

The University of Texas at Austin
Educational Psychology
Counseling Psychology Program
1 University Station D5800
Austin, Texas 78712-D5800

Associate Professor
Internet Presence

Website: http://www.edb.utexas.edu/faculty/rochlen/ar.html

About Aaron Rochlen, Ph.D.

Aaron Rochlen, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor in Counseling Psychology at the university of Texas at Austin. He is also a licensed psychologist. His research and clinical interests include the use of dreams in therapy, men's underutilization of counseling, and online counseling.

Dr. Rochlen received his undergraduate degree from the Univrsity of Michigan and his doctorate from the University of Maryland.

My notes on the IASD
 List of dream-related publications and/or web sites where my work is featured.

Hill, C. E. & Rochlen, A. B. (2006). Trabajo con suenos: Un Modelo Experimental
Cognitivo. In S. Krippner and R. Andwandter (Eds). El Lenguaje de la
Noche. RIL Editores: Providencia, Santiago de Chile.

Rochlen, A. B. (2004). Using dreams to work with male clients: Exploring common
benefits, challenges, and content themes. In C. Hill’s A Cognitive-Experiential Approach to Dream Interpretation. American Psychological Association.

Hill, C. E. & Rochlen, A. B. (2004). The Hill Cognitive-Experiential Model of Dream
Interpretation. In R. Rosner, W. Lyddon, and A. Freeman (Eds.), Cognitive Therapy and dreams. Springer Books: NY, NY.

Rochlen, A. B. & Hill, C. E. (1999). Exploring a terrifying dream. In S. Krippner and M.
Waldman (Eds.), Dreamscaping. Agoura, CA: Roxbury Park/Lowell.

Hill, C. E. & Rochlen, A. B. (1999). A cognitive-experiential model for working with
dreams in psychotherapy. In L.Vandekreek and T. Jackson (Eds.), Innovations in
clinical practice: A sourcebook. Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press.

Rochlen, A. B., & Hill, C. E. (2005). Gender role conflict and the process and outcome of dream work with men. Dreaming, 15(4), 227-239.

Hill, C. E., Rochlen, A. B., Zack, J. S., McCready, T., & Dematatis, A. (2003). Working
with dreams using the Hill cognitive-experiential model: A comparison of computer-
assisted, therapist empathy, and therapist empathy + input conditions. Journal of
Counseling Psychology, 50, 211-220.

Hill, C. E. & Rochlen, A. B. (2002). The Hill Cognitive-Experiential Model of Dream
Interpretation. Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy, 16, 75-69.

Hill, C. E., Kelley, F. A., Davis, T. L., Crook, R. E. , Maldonado, L. E., Turkson, M. A.,
Wonnell, T. L., Suthakaren, V., Zack, J. S., Rochlen, A. B., Kolchakian, M. R., &
Codrington, J. N. (2001). Predictors of outcome of dream interpretation sessions:
Volunteer client characteristics, dream characteristics, and type of interpretation.
Dreaming, 11, 53-72.

Hill, C. E., Zack, J. S., Wonnell, T. L., Hoffman, M. A., Rochlen, A. B., Goldberg, J. L.,
Nakayama, E. Y., Heaton, K. J., Kelley, Kelley, F. A., Eiche, K., Tomlinson, M. J.,
& Hess, S. (2000). Structured Brief Therapy with a Focus on Dreams or Loss.
Journal of Counseling Psychology, 47, 90-101.

Rochlen, A. B., Ligiero, D. P., Hill, C. E., & Heaton, K. J. (1999). Effects of training in
dream recall and dream interpretation skills on dream recall, attitudes, and dream
interpretation outcome. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 46, 27-34.

Heaton, K. J., Hill, C. E., Peterson, D. A., Rochlen, A. B., & Zack, J. S. (1998). A
comparison of therapist-facilitated and self-guided dream interpretation sessions.
Journal of Counseling Psychology, 45, 115-122.

Krippner, S., Winkler, M., Rochlen, A. B., & Sandhu, D. (1998). Gender, National, and
Regional differences in a content analysis of 799 dream reports from research
participants in Argentina, Brazil, and the United States. Interamerican Journal of
Psychology, 32, 71-97.

Rochlen, A. B., Hoffmann, R., & Armitage, R., (1998). EEG correlates of dream recall in
depressed outpatients and healthy controls. Dreaming, 8 (2), 109-124.

Armitage, R., Rochlen, A. B., Fitch T., Trivedi M., & Rush, A.J. (1995). Dream recall and
major depression: A preliminary report. Dreaming, 5(3), 189-198.

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