A psychotherapist questions his abilities and gets help by reuniting with his old therapist, whom he has not seen for ten years.
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 Dr. Paul Weston (106 episodes, 2008-2010)
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A psychotherapist questions his abilities and gets help by reuniting with his old therapist, whom he has not seen for ten years.

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One doctor. Five sessions. Five nights a week. See more »

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28 January 2008 (USA)  »

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Simply Brilliant
8 March 2008 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

I was ready to be seduced by a new HBO series and here it was. Perfect timing coincided with perfect writing and acting had made an immediate fan out of me before the end of week 1. We follow week-by-week the therapy sessions of four individuals (which includes watching Paul Weston, the therapist go through his own therapy) and one couple. For anyone who has ever been in therapy there is an automatic connection to the whole process as we see it unfold with different characters and being able to relate to pieces of all of them.

The acting is incredible though this show belongs to Gabriel Byrne and Diane Wiest. I'm having my own erotic transference to Dr. Weston but am I relating to him as an actor or a therapist? That's how wonderful he is in this role.

"In Treatment" is what "Tell Me You Love Me" tried to be but didn't quite hit the mark. Promise you, after 2 sessions, you will be hooked.


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