A surprise subpoena brings Paul back into the life of a former patient and current malpractice lawyer named Mia.
Paul is alarmed to learn that his new patient April, an architecture student, harbors a life-threatening secret she refuses to share with her parents.
A conflicted sixth grader named Oliver is brought to Paul by his parents Bess and Luke, who are getting a divorce.
A high-powered CEO with anxiety issues turns to Paul for therapy at the encouragement of his wife.
Paul resumes his Friday sessions with Gina, who agrees to give a deposition in the lawsuit against him.
In her first session, Mia admits to wanting to impress Paul by flaunting her job and relationship with a married co-worker.
April details her detachment from a former boyfriend and his current partner, both of whom are concerned about her current illness.
Fearing his behavior has led to his parents’ estrangement, Oliver outlines the difficulty he’s having living between two homes.
Paul links Walter’s panic attacks to a childhood tragedy.
Paul looks to fill in memory gaps about his mother’s attempted suicide by reconnecting with a childhood crush.
Laura’s deposition in the Alex Prince case spills into Paul’s session with Mia.
April’s memories of a childhood near-tragedy underscore her lifelong independence issues.
Bess and Luke disagree over whether Oliver’s weeklong stay at his father’s was a success.
In the midst of a corporate crisis, Walter recounts an emotional attempt to rescue and protect his daughter.
Gina explores Paul’s resentment over having to take care of his ailing father.
Paul exposes the emotional insecurity that may have led to Mia’s recent unruly weekend.
Paul crosses a professional boundary after analyzing April’s anxieties involving her brother and mother.
Despite Bess’ assurances, Paul worries that Oliver’s recent exemplary behavior is merely an illusion.
Walter confronts his feelings of duty and loss in the wake of a professional "perfect storm.
Gina encourages Paul to reconnect with his father before it is too late.
Paul and Mia examine issues of life, death, loneliness and last chances.
April’s revelation about her best friend Leah triggers a discussion with Paul about reliance–and April’s unwillingness to lean on those closest to her.
Oliver’s recent deteriorating behavior at home and school vexes his father, who’s dealing with personal issues of his own.
Paul concludes that Walter’s recent actions make him a risk to himself.
Gina tries to get Paul to address unanswered questions about his father; Alex Sr. drops a bombshell.
A recent setback allows Paul to help Mia re-examine her contentious relationship with her mother.
Accused of betrayal, Paul defends his actions while addressing April’s deep-rooted insecurities.
Ignoring Paul’s and Oliver’s objections, Luke and Bess come up with a plan that will alter their family structure and dynamics.
Paul tries to get Walter to embrace his vulnerable side.
Gina bristles over a frustrated Paul’s accusation that she’s not involved with her patients.
After failing to lure Paul into a trap, Mia ends up making a life-changing decision.
April shares some news with Paul that sets the stage for a dialogue about facing her anger, and her future.
Bess and Luke find closure after a tough week; Paul tries to allay Oliver’s fears.
Paul maps out a plan to rescue Walter from his old self.
In the Season Two finale, Paul and Gina reach a crossroad in their relationship.

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