Kingsbury (1997), indicates that problem solution, brief-therapy approach. is a therapeutic dialogue that shifts from content to the ways of solving problems. The approach starts with understanding that majority of psychological problems are not “chronic” (Kingsbury, 1997
He learns from observations indicating that the familiar psychological phenomena appear intermittently; those who demonstrate anxiety and panic are not in anxiety or panic every minute of the day, and depression severity changes during a person’s day. Practical conclusion, as a result of this understanding, is that the main mission of problem solution, brief-therapy, approach is depathologization of situations in life.