The audience can see readily that Jane has progressed from a stupor in the previous episode to active engagement with life in this segment. Apparently, the meetings she is having with Maris help Jane to establish the all-important closure for the random visions she has had in the past.
This is the best kind of therapy because Jane is resolving the source of anxieties herself instead of letting them fester within. This is the highest point of coping with life which patients must achieve in order to arrive at closure for prior unfortunate happenstances. Closure is a condition precedent for moving on with life. This episode has lessons in how to cope with life for the whole audience.
Essentially, coping is a process of self discovery which is best achieved by personal exploration and resolution. A psychologist can facilitate this process; however, the patient must be the agent to sort out the past and get closure before moving on with life.
Jane isn't the only one to get closure for past events. Surprisingly, Gavin also gets closure when he stumbles upon his long lost daughter, Sasha in a local bar
at the close of this week's show.
Stay tuned for the next episode of 666 Park Avenue on December 9, 2012 on ABC