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Middle-aged psychologist Paul Weston (Emmy nominee and Golden Globe Award winner Gabriel Byrne) confronts some uneasy truths about his own life while conducting therapy sessions with his patients. Based on an award-winning Israeli television series, each episode focuses on one specific patient -- either a patient of Paul's, or Paul himself, in therapy with his own psychotherapist (Dianne Wiest).

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Paul contemplates the future of his own therapy and his practice.
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Paul tries to get Jesse to open up about a recent transgression and his relationship with his father.
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Paul is shocked by a revelation regarding Sunil's therapy; Sunil faces deportation.
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Frances struggles with making a decision regarding her sister's life.
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Adele addresses how Paul's inability to make decisions is hurting him.
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Jessie is depressed his parents are going to abandon him; Paul is optimistic.
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Frances grows more anxious when her sister's condition worsens.
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Paul is increasingly concerned about Sunil's erratic behavior at home.
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Adele believes that Paul is obsessed with an impossible relationship.
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Paul learns that Jesse has sabotaged a meeting with his biological parents.
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Frances panics; Paul is accused of being overly sympathetic to Frances' sister.
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Paul must help a widow having violent dreams about defending her family.
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Adele guides Paul through an analysis of how his family and job are related.
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Paul has a breakthrough in trying to get Jesse to connect with his birth parents.
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Frances experiences self-loathing after reliving painful family memories.
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Sunil finds his son and Julia's relationship is similar to his affair.
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Paul worries about what his son found on his computer and losing him.
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Paul tries to generate a dialogue between Jesse and his mother.
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Frances' fractured relationship with Patricia is traced to their late mother.
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Sunil recounts his first impressions of Julia, but becomes defensive when Paul mentions jealousy.
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Paul tells Adele that he feels betrayed and worries about how his illness will impact the children.

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