Season 3 premiere. A retired math professor from Bengal, accompanied by his son and daughter-in-law Julia, reluctantly visits Paul to discuss the death of his wife.
A well-known actress (Debra Winger), whose sister was treated by Paul, begins therapy to uncover the reasons why she is “blanking out” during rehearsals.
A 16-year-old homosexual with photography aspirations (Dane DeHaan), who has been seeing Paul for some time, talks about his troubling “pattern of promiscuity."
To get a new prescription for sleeping pills, Paul visits a young and intelligent therapist named Adele (Amy Ryan), and is compelled to confront deep-rooted fears.
Sunil opens up to Paul about his arranged marriage in India – and his frustrations living with Arun’s family in New York
Frances tells Paul about her frustrations at work, her alienation from daughter Izzy, and her fears about her health.
Paul addresses Jesse’s reluctance to get in touch with his long-lost birth mother.
Paul tells Adele he feels betrayed by Gina, and worries about the impact his potential illness will have on his children
Recounting his first impressions of Julia, Sunil becomes defensive when Paul suggests he may be jealous of Arun’s choices.
A discussion about Frances’ fractured relationship with Patricia turns into an indictment of their late mother.
Paul tries to generate a dialogue between Jesse and his mother Marisa, who has joined him at the session.
Paul explores his fears of losing Max to a stepfather.
Sunil finds haunting similarities between his son’s relationship with Julia and his own affair years ago.
Paul tries to assuage Frances’ feelings of self-loathing in the wake of some painful family memories.
Paul breaks through with Jesse about his desire to connect with his birth parents.
Adele gets Paul to open up about his lack of passion.
Unsettled by Julia’s relationship with an author,Sunil worries Paul with his vivid account of a recent violent dream.
Exploring Frances’ feelings of panic, Paul is accused of being overly sympathetic to her sister Tricia’s plight.
Paul is vexed to learn that Jesse sabotaged a meeting with his biological parents.
Adele confronts Paul about his growing obsession with an “impossible” relationship.
Paul is increasingly concerned over Sunil’s erratic behaviour at home.
With her sister's condition worsening, Frances turns to Paul to cope with her mounting anxieties.
Jesse despairs being abandoned by his parents, despite Paul's assurances.
Adele links Paul's frustrations to his inability to make decisions.
Paul is blindsided by a revelation regarding Sunil's therapy.
Frances struggles with the prospect of losing Tricia.
Paul tries to get Jesse to open up about a recent transgression and his relationship with his father Roberto.
Season Seven Finale. Blaming Adele for his recent setbacks with patients, Paul contemplates the future of his therapy, and his practice.