A therapist (Gabriel Byrne) is the picture of insightful perfection when dealing with his patients, but he becomes a raging ball of issues during his own therapy sessions.
In Treatment is based on a successful Israeli television series and is produced by Closest to the Hole Productions and Leverage Management.
A retired math professor from Bengal, Sunil, accompanied by his son Arun and daughter-in-law Julia, reluctantly visit Paul to discuss the death of Sunil's wife six months earlier, his subsequent displacement to the U.S., and the recent tensions he's experienced while living with his son's family.
A 16-year-old homosexual, who has been seeing Paul for some time after being caught peddling prescription drugs to classmates, talks about his troubling "pattern of promiscuity," his unsettled family life with adopted parents and a recent alarming voicemail.
In order to get a new prescription for sleeping pills, an exhausted Paul visits a young, serious and intelligent therapist, and is compelled to confront deep-rooted fears about his health, his divorce, his patients, and his all-encompassing relationship with former therapist Gina Toll.
Frances struggles to remember what distracts her during rehearsals, and she gets defensive when Paul mentions in passing that he spoke to her sister about her illness. Meanwhile, Paul sees a neurologist to be tested for Parkinson's.