Season Seven Finale. Blaming Adele for his recent setbacks with patients, Paul contemplates the future of his therapy, and his practice.
Paul tries to get Jesse to open up about a recent transgression and his relationship with his father.
Paul is blindsided by a revelation regarding Sunil's therapy.
Frances struggles with the prospect of losing Tricia.
Adele links Paul's frustrations to his inability to make decisions.
Jesse despairs being abandoned by his parents, despite Paul's assurances.
With her sister's condition worsening, Frances turns to Paul to cope with her mounting anxieties.
Paul is increasingly concerned over Sunil's erratic behavior at home.
Adele confronts Paul about his growing obsession with an 'impossible' relationship.
Paul is vexed to learn that Jesse sabotaged a meeting with his biological parents.
Unsettled by Julia's relationship with an author, Sunil worries Paul with his vivid account of a recent violent dream.
Adele gets Paul to open up about his lack of passion.
Paul breaks through with Jesse about his desire to connect with his birth parents.
Sunil finds haunting similarities between his son's relationship with Julia and his own affair years ago.
The doctor is back in. Golden Globe-winner Gabriel Byrne returns for a second season of psychotherapy in HBO's acclaimed drama series.
In Season One of this drama series therapist Gabriel Byrne deals with five sets of patients, including an attractive woman with a crush on him, a scarred U.S. Air Force pilot, a suicidal teenage gymnast, and a couple on the verge of breaking up.
In Season Three, Dr. Paul Weston (Gabriel Byrne) deals with several new emotional and physical challenges. Meanwhile, he begins treating three new patients (Debra Winger, Irrfan Khan and Dane DeHaan), while seeing a new therapist of his own (Amy Ryan).