This article reports on the integration of personal and career counseling to promote
sustainable development and change. An explorative, descriptive, instrumental, single-case
study approach was followed. Qualitative and quantitative data collection strategies were used
to collect data, and an integrative career construction counseling intervention was conducted.
The intervention comprised, first, elicitation of the participant’s micro- and meso-career-life stories;
second, integration of these stories into a coherent macro-story, with the participant’s authorization
of the narrative; and, third, co-construction by the participant and the counselor of action steps
to facilitate action and forward movement. Integrating personal and career counseling helped to
address the participants’ deep-seated personal needs while simultaneously addressing his career
counseling needs. Longitudinal, qualitative, quantitative, and mixed-methods research is essential
to determine the value and importance of integrating personal and career counseling. This study
contributed to expanding the research on interventions that integrate personal and career counseling,
promoting the development of sustainable career-life projects.