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In Treatment 3 Seasons 2008

HBO TV series In Treatment sees a psychotherapist (Gabriel Byrne, Wah, Wah) question his abilities and get help by reuniting with his old therapist, whom he has not seen for ten years.

Starring:
Gabriel Byrne, Melissa George

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1. Laura - Week One

In the series premiere of this HBO drama series about a therapist (Gabriel Byrne) and his patients, a young attractive doctor (Melissa George) shocks Paul by divulging the real motives behind her sordid bar encounter with a stranger.

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2. Alex - Week One

An intense Navy pilot (Blair Underwood) puts Paul's credentials to the test, while recounting the unfortunate events in Iraq that drove him to therapy.

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3. Sophie - Week One

A precocious young gymnast (Mia Wasikowska) asks Paul to render his 'professional opinion' on an insurance report detailing the girl's recent, suspicious accident.

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4. Jake and Amy - Week One

A bickering husband and wife (Josh Charles and Embeth Davidtz) corner Paul on the issue they've spent the last three weeks debating: whether or not she should have an abortion.

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5. Paul and Gina - Week One

Worried he's 'losing patience with my patients,' Paul pays a visit to a retired therapist (Dianne Wiest) he'd last seen nearly ten years ago.

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6. Laura - Week Two

Paul is surprised by some unexpected news from Laura about her boyfriend.

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7. Alex - Week Two

Alex discusses his stoic return to the bombing scene, and reveals issues he has with his wife.

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8. Sophie - Week Two

Sophie vents about her team and her parents, and Paul surprises her with his psychological opinion.

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9. Jake and Amy - Week Two

After Jake and Amy's session ends abruptly, Paul's wife, Kate, forces him to confront the realities of their own marriage.

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10. Paul and Gina - Week Two

Paul's traumatic week leads Gina to make a suggestion that Paul rejects, pointing to Gina's own past in his defense.

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11. Laura - Week Three

After Laura shows up late, Paul broaches a difficult subject: whether or not their sessions are helping her.

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12. Alex - Week Three

Alex gives Paul surprising news about his encounter with another patient; Paul explores the similarities between Alex and his father.

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13. Sophie - Week Three

Paul probes the circumstances surrounding the breakup of Sophie's parents, as well as her relationship with her coach.

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14. Jake and Amy - Week Three

Amy examines her unusual reaction to her miscarriage, which ends up inciting Jake's suspicions.

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15. Paul and Gina - Week Three

Gina tries to get to the root of Paul's connection to Laura.

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16. Laura - Week Four

To Paul's discomfort, Laura describes in intimate detail her burgeoning relationship with Alex.

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17. Alex - Week Four

Alex describes his recent encounter with Laura, and questions whether therapy can help him.

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18. Sophie - Week Four

Exhausted from staying up all night, Sophie ends up detailing the events leading up to her accident.

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19. Jake and Amy - Week Four

Paul explores the issues that have fueled Jake and Amy's volatile relationship.

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20. Paul and Gina - Week Four

An old wound resurfaces as Gina and Paul debate the boundaries that exist between therapists and patients.

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21. Laura - Week Five

A close call at the hospital triggers unexpected revelations from Laura about an older man in her youth.

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22. Alex - Week Five

Alex's intimate knowledge of Paul's private life pushes the therapist to the brink.

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23. Sophie - Week Five

Sophie's mother joins her daughter's therapy session, and Paul witnesses first-hand the hostility and anger Sophie holds toward her.

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24. Jake and Amy - Week Five

The previous week's chaos gives way to a critical decision by Amy, and an emotional admission by Jake.

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25. Paul and Gina - Week Five

Kate joins Paul in therapy for the first time, where they begin examining the disintegration of their marriage.

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26. Laura - Week Six

Paul makes a point to Laura about fantasy and reality through the example of his own childhood infatuation.

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27. Alex - Week Six

After apologizing for crossing a boundary, Paul tries to decipher the meaning of one of Alex's recent dreams.

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28. Sophie - Week Six

Sophie's gusto evaporates after Paul presses her to confront her hidden anger toward her father.

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29. Jake and Amy - Week Six

Amy considers rejecting the new and improved Jake with a destructive alternative, eliciting a warning from Paul.

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30. Paul and Gina - Week Six

Paul and Kate's concern over daughter Rosie gives way to a heated exchange about Kate's role in Paul's life.

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31. Laura - Week Seven

Laura's absence gives Paul the opportunity to connect with Rosie and his oldest son Ian, with mixed results.

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32. Alex - Week Seven

Alex insists he's prepared for the commitment and structure that his marriage and career offer him.

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33. Sophie - Week Seven

Sophie attempts to convince Paul of the unique relationship she and her father share, and sees Paul as a threat in her dreams.

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34. Jake and Amy - Week Seven

Amy shocks Jake with a revelation tied to her connection with her father's death years before.

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35. Paul and Gina - Week Seven

Paul bristles at Kate and Rosie's secrets, but is surprised that Gina's obligatory therapy exercise proves helpful.

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36. Laura - Week Eight

A tragedy takes Paul away from the office, where a case of mistaken identity gets him in trouble.

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37. Alex - Week Eight

Paul upholds the merits of psychotherapy.

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38. Sophie - Week Eight

Paul tries to get an agitated Sophie to stop blaming herself for her parents' mistakes.

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39. Jake and Amy - Week Eight

A recent drive to his parents' home links Jake's problems with Amy to those with his father.

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40. Paul and Gina - Week Eight

Paul's lament about the value of therapy gives way to a surprising revelation from Gina.

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41. Sophie - Week Nine

Sophie comes to terms with her father's accountability, and asserts her own independence.

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42. Jake and Amy - Week Nine

Jake and Amy come to a resolution.

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43. Paul and Gina - Week Nine

In the season finale, Paul must face the consequences of his romantic pursuit of Laura.

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Product Details

Genres Drama
Director Rodrigo Garcia
Starring Gabriel Byrne, Melissa George
Supporting actors Blair Underwood, Mia Wasikowska, Josh Charles, Embeth Davidtz, Dianne Wiest, Michelle Forbes
Season year 2008
Network HBO
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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I was fascinated to watch this portrayal of the work of a therapist. obviously since the script writing is so brilliant, this gives it a level of polish and shopistication , but th e portrayal of how hard it is to be therapist with integrity, and how very difficult the job actually is. The therapist seems genuinely to care and give his best to his patients, and of course his own life is difficult, he dosen't have time for his own family etc. but this was never trivalised or made into a joke. Anyone who is deeply involved in their work has the same problem. But where as we laughed at the arrogance and incompetence emotionally of Frazier and his brother, this series just gets deeper and better. I thought the interactions with his supervisor were brilliant.At a time when therapy is trivialised, and good long term intensive therapy is marginalized in uk in favour of 6 seshion quick fixes, it is really great to see this long process of people struggling with their difficulties given a serious treatment. Highly recommended.
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I was bought this as a birthday present by my son. He knows I like a good scripted programme. Well I have to say this is one of the most original and intelligent scripts I have ever seen on TV. The acting is superb, the story's draw you in from the start, you want to go on and on finding out more about these damaged souls. It ia a unique visual experience unlike anything else I have seen on the TV. I firmly believed the WIRE AND MADMEN were pretty much unbeatable but with this I think they are.
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I have never written any reviews before but have been watching this for the past few weeks on sky arts and have to say it,s the best thing I have ever seen on TV. Completeley compelling with an excellent script and character depth that is so realistic. I don,t know if this will be shown on mainstream TV but if not one of the Channels needs to get hold of it. Also like to add that they couldn,t have picked anyone better than Gabriel byrne to play paul the Therapist.
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In "In Therapy" we follow Paul (Gabriel Byrne), a therapist, in his sessions with various clients during 9 weeks (=one week per DVD in the box-set (R1)). Often, Pauls clients don't seem to know exactly why they are there, or deceive themselves. And the same with Paul when he starts to meet with his former tutor, Gina (Dianne West).

The action takes place almost exclusively in Pauls office/treatment room with client and therapist engaged in conversation. What is so great with "In Therapy" is that these sessions are totally captivating as we delve deeper into different persons, including Paul himself whose private life we are showed interiors of, in between sessions for example, or in his dialogues with Gina. As a therapist Paul seems very professional and in control, but we also see his more probematic sides as a father and husband.

I don't know how truthful "In Therapy" is compared to the real thing, but as I see it this is of minor importance. Also, I don't know how to categorize Paul as a therapist: perhaps some kind of cognitive therapy-school with an existentialist touch, where the treatment mostly consists in asking questions that forces the clients confront themselves and their life situation.

The picture quality and sound is good. The acting is great. The only 'minus' is the lack of extras in the DVD box-set.
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A friend had told me about this series, and I decided to watch it. I hope that this is shown on terrestrial channels at some point. It will give anyone who has no understanding of therapy some insight into the process. It raises some challenging issues with a bunch of tricky clients. I had a soft spot for Jake, Sophie and Alex.

It was interesting for me to see a Psychodynamic therapist,working in the way that Paul did. He self disclosed on many occasions. The management of confidentiality or not, when Paul had a couples session with his supervisor.Accepting gifts from clients. Alex giving Paul a coffee maker. Dealing with a suicidal client, who took pills from Paul's bathroom cabinet. Paul taking a phone call in the session. Working with clients individually that are in a relationship together, and managing those boundaries. Managing client confidentiality when a client has died. Drama, drama, drama. The series illustrates how challenging it can be to work as a therapist.

I assumed that Gina was Paul's clinical supervisor, but at times it felt like she was his therapist. The way that the power dynamics between the two of them were portrayed, I found amusing.

I found the series slow to begin with, but then could not wait to see what happened next.

I had difficulty with some of Paul's interventions with his clients, yet was touched with his relationships with his clients. Watching him work with Sophie, and how he adapted working with a young person was refreshing.

I wish that the writers had shown Paul having a panic attack with Laura in the final session, as when he was recounting this to Gina, it was hilarious.

I will definitely recommend this series to friends. I think it gives a realistic portrayal of the issues that some therapists may come across in their work. Paul was human, and had his own issues, despite being a therapist.
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