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"Couples Therapy" is a documentary series following four couples as they seek the help of psychoanalyst Dr. Orna Guralnik with their troubled relationships. Coming off their previous success with the award-winning documentary "Weiner", executive producers Josh Kriegman and Elyse Steinberg are collaborating on the unscripted series which will feature real couples from New York City and its surrounding areas. The show strives to present the participants and the therapy process with empathy and not sensationalism as viewers track the couples' progress with Dr. Guralnik through each episode.

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Lauren and Sarah make a choice about their future; Alan and Evelyn find a path forward; Elaine and DeSean feel a shift; Orna marvels at how bizarre her profession is.
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Sarah wants to feel precious; Lauren investigates her own defensiveness; Elaine has a breakthrough; DeSean discovers his role in their struggle; Alan finally opens up; Evelyn is shocked; Annie states the brutal truth.
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Annie questions what they're fighting to hold on to; Sarah can't shake the feeling she's being punished; Orna feels pressure to do more; DeSean is furious; Orna presses Elaine to face her past.
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Elaine and DeSean argue about the impact of racism on their marriage; Orna feels frustrated by a lack of progress; Lauren is concerned about Sarah's doubts; Evelyn and Alan make a difficult decision about their marriage.
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Elaine figures out why she thinks DeSean doesn't care for her; Lauren and Sarah come to a major decision about the future; Annie shares her past sexual trauma.
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Alan reveals the impact of his father's infidelity; Sarah wants Lauren to initiate sex; Mau's traumatic past casts a long shadow.
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A recent fight between Lauren and Sarah reveals underlying power dynamics; Orna pushes Mau and struggles with her inability to break through; DeSean is sick of failing to make Elaine happy.
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Mau needs sex every day; Evelyn feels betrayed by Alan and no longer trusts him; Orna has trouble remaining impartial; Elaine discovers a connection between her childhood trauma and her marriage.
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Annie and Mau revisit a traumatic birthday; DeSean is fed up with Elaine; Sarah wants a baby, but Lauren isn't ready; Evelyn and Alan make a painful decision; Dr. Orna Guralnik wrestles with the responsibility she feels for her patients.

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