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Naomi Watts’ deceptive therapist just can’t help herself on Gypsy

A two-time Oscar nominee, Watts joins a growing group of prestige actresses on series TV

COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY, the field that Naomi Watts’ character Jean Holloway practices on the new Netflix drama Gypsy, is meant to put into place new patterns of thought and behavior in order to break old cycles. No surprise she can’t heal

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