Career counseling focuses on helping clients obtain greater life satisfac­ tion. A meaningful, rewarding, and economically satisfying career often lies at the heart of a client’s satisfaction with life. However, some clients satisfy their personal needs through their leisure time activities. Vernon Zunker (1994) de­ fined career counseling as including “all counseling activities associated with career choices over a life span. In the career counseling process, all aspects of individual needs (including family, work, and leisure) are recognized as inte­ gral parts of career decision and planning” (p. 3).