My memory of this programme is not the clearest (as the show is a little old now) but I was in Canada at the time and used to try to watch this "drama" about a psychiatrist, with patient on couch, trying to help them with their troubled lives. Time after time I tried to see something redeeming in this show but couldn't, except that Chris Wiggins was in it, one whom I feel is an accomplished actor plagued all his life by poor choices of scripts.
Back to the show. Paul Bernard would lean forward, engrossed with his patient, and speak in a gentle voice as the patient (I always remember them to be "attractive" women dressed in appalling late-60s early-70s fashion) unravelled some banal problem that blackened their shallow lives. Dreadful! The programme reminds me much of very early Australian soaps and is perfect for two things: 1. curing sleep disorders and 2. breeding a new generation of homicidal maniacs. For me, the former was accomplished.