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Like most med school grads, David Tracey expected to roll straight into a residency, earn his license to practice medicine and begin paying off his massive student loans. But when his hospital position falls through, David devises a scheme to start offering free psychotherapy -- out of his parents' garage. Now, all he needs to do is clock the 1,920 clinical hours required, and he'll get his life back on track. But when a ragtag stream of oddball clients begins coming to him for help, he starts to realize something about himself. He may have just found a new career that makes him feel right at home.

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Despite recent success, a visit from a former patient causes David to question his career choice; old feelings resurface.
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Despite instructions from his supervising therapist, David is tempted to intervene when two patients break up; Doug learns something about his manager.
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Suffering from exhaustion, David falls asleep everywhere he goes; David and his mother visit one of his father's favorite places; David receives unexpected advice.
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The garage must be fumigated, forcing David to hold sessions in his car; an unexpected breakup occurs.
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When a patient has a hard time fitting in with his college basketball team, David tries an unorthodox approach; Doug's sister insists on sessions with David.
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David struggles with the loss after an unfulfilling one-night stand; a new patient discovers something unusual; David's debt affects his family.
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A misunderstanding leads to David compromising his relationship with two patients; David seeks Doug's help retrieving a letter.
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After losing his residency, a recent med-school graduate deeply in debt learns that he can still help people -- if he performs 1,920 hours of supervised clinical therapy.

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