Paul is startled to see one of his old clients come back to him after he is given a subpoena.
One of Paul's new patients is unwilling to tell her parents something that they really need to know, which concerns him.
Oliver's parents bring him to see Paul as they feel their divorce may be affecting him.
Paul takes on a CEO who's struggling with anxiety, after his wife advises him to come and see him.
Paul is trying to change his life and he asks Gina to help him through it by helping him in his court case and his personal life.
Paul learns that Mia wanted to show off to him by boasting about her current work and sex life.
April shares how she has grown further apart from her ex boyfriend and his latest girlfriend.
Oliver is worried that his own actions are the reason his parents are splitting up, so Paul has to make him see that he isn't the one to blame.
Paul attempts to find a reason for why Walter keeps having panic attacks and he feels it might have something to do with something that happened in the past.
Paul gets together with a girl he used to like which might help him to remember his mother's suicide attempt.
Mia's session is interrupted by Laura's case.
April comes to terms with why she has independence issues and how this is connected to when she was younger.
Oliver's parents argue about whether or not him staying with his father for a week was beneficial or if it made things worse.
Walter thinks back to the time when he had to save his daughter and keep her out of harm's way.
Gina talks to Paul about his father and how he hated having to look after him when he was no longer able to do it on his own.
Paul realises he may have been the reason Mia was out of control over the weekend and needs to work to fix the problem.
In April's latest session Paul steps over the mark when he scrutinises April's worries about her family.
Paul tries to see past Oliver's perfect record of late, as he doesn't believe that everything is as it seems.
Walter comes to terms with what has happened to him and how he could've handled it better.
Paul is told by Gina that in order to move forward he needs to get back in touch with his dad.
In Mia's latest session, they look over some of the biggest issues that life throws at us.
When April reveals something about one of her closest friends, Paul questions her ability to rely on other people.
Oliver's dad is having some issues of his own, some of which are caused by Oliver's behaviour.
Paul decides that from what he's learnt of Walter, he is more harmful to himself than others.
Paul is told by Gina to return to some previous unknown answers about his father, whilst Alex Snr has some news to tell them.
Mia has had a setback in her life which allows Paul to find out about the situation with her mother.
April has a strong accusation that she throws at Paul, causing him to tell her the reason for what he did.
Oliver's parents go against the advice of Paul and come up with their own strategy to sort out their lives.
Paul tries to get under Walter's skin and find his more vulnerable personality, in order to help him move forward.
Paul turns the tables on Gina by questioning her about her relationship with her parents.
Mia's plan doesn't work to trap Paul so she has to re-evaluate everything.
Paul is told some news by April which prompts him to ask her about her anger issues.
Paul attempts to put Oliver's mind at ease, and his parents have had a hard week which they can now put behind them.
Walter wants to change himself so Paul comes up with a solution to stop Walter from falling back into his old ways.
Paul and Gina's relationship crosses paths which makes them think what they want to get out of it.