Moretti learns there may be some truth to Pierce's conspiracy theory.

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(as Ken Biller)

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Senator Ted Paulson
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Moretti learns there may be some truth to Pierce's conspiracy theory.

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Daniel Pierce: Sometimes the billions of neurons firing in our brains help us concoct elaborate scenarios. We imagine ourselves with a dream girl, or landing a dream job... an astronaut, a rock star, even a United States Senator. But fantasies can turn dark. You start to believe there's a monster under the bed, or evil forces are aligning themselves against us. All these fantasies, good and bad, stem from an evolutionary imperative. Out brains are exploring potential outcomes that might help us achieve our ...
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Misrepresenting ethics of Psychotherapy
9 July 2014 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

I'll do this quickly: Even though the series as a whole is entertaining and a bit educating and it is nice to see a positive character with a psychiatric disorder on screen, this episode gives the public completely wrong ideas about confidentiality and the therapeutic relationship. See spoiler for specifics.

***SPOILER*** I am referring to the Doctor discussing Pierce's presence at the clinic, let alone details of confidential conversations with outsiders, as happening with Paul Haley. Also, suggesting to Dr. Pierce to see a different therapist seems appropriate - offering him "oof-the-book"-help in the form of friendship isn't. Becoming privately involved with former clients would not be taken lightly as there is a great imbalance of power in a relationship that starts out as doctor - patient. ***SPOILER END***


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