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  1. This makes me think of a TV series, on Showtime, I think, maybe? called In Treatment, starring Gabriel Byrne as the therapist. Each of the half-hour episodes focusses on a different fictionalized client (or couple) and you follow them in 5 or 6 episodes over the course of a season (alternating with a few other “clients”). It’s fascinating! Then, the next season, another set. But I have to say, it’s also very intense at times. This sounds like more fun!

  2. Yes, I can see why those kind of shows are popular. This book is intense too, but Tate’s a good writer so it never felt too overwhelming…

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