Focusing on the positive in psychology is a hallmark of those in the counseling psychology profession. Indeed, a distinctive feature and unifying theme of the work of counseling psychologists is the focus on client strengths, assets, and potentialities regardless of the degree of psychopathology (APA, 1999; Gelso & Fretz, 2001; Savickas, 2003). A brief review of the development of the counseling psychology specialty conrms this enduring philosophy and commitment to helping individuals to discover, develop, and utilize personal and social resources on a regular basis (see Lopez et al., 2006).