The brief-therapy, solution focused, approach focuses on the complaints presented by the applicant. The therapist does not try to look for overt or covert intentions behind the complaint of the applicant; what the applicant brings, it’s what you accept and relate to it. From the therapist’s point of view, it is his responsibility to bring relief to the difficulties presented by the client. The approach does not accept that the roots of the difficulties lie deep in structural pathology of the individual or the family. Even if such pathology exists, the symptom presented is still the “lever” for the best therapeutic intervention. What the customer brings in one package contains what the client is ready to work on it, the presentation of what is not right, and the exact measure of progress needs