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Dr. Lonnie Richardson is a psychiatrist working for The Fischer Group. She was portrayed by Nora Dunn.

Season 1 and 2

Lonnie is infrequently seen having short chats with Daniel Charles, who is her client.

Season 7

Daniel attempts to reconnect with Lonnie in order to resume his therapy sessions. Daniel is initially baffled that Lonnie is doing everything to keep him at arm's length, and eventually gets her to confess that she does not want to be his therapist anymore because she has developed feelings for him. After some initial hesitation, the two decide to start dating.

Daniel struggles to disclose his new relationship to his daughter Anna, but when he eventually does she is surprisingly understanding. However, before Anna can meet Lonnie again Daniel decides to break off the relationship due to Lonnie knowing too much about him and his personality, which made him feel too vulnerable.

It is also mentioned by Anna (but now shown) that Daniel and Anna did family therapy with Lonnie, presumably together with Susan Charles.

Appearances

Season 1
Derailed iNo Fallback Mistaken Malignant
Bound Saints Reunion Choices Clarity
Intervention Guilty Us Hearts Inheritance
Disorder Withdrawal Timing
Season 2
Soul Care Win Loss Natural History Brother's Keeper Extreme Measures
Alternative Medicine Inherent Bias Free Will Uncharted Territory Heart Matters
Graveyard Shift Mirror Mirror Theseus' Ship Cold Front Lose Yourself
Prisoner's Dilemma Monday Mourning Lesson Learned Ctrl Alt Generation Gap
Deliver Us White Butterflies Love Hurts
Season 7
You Can't Always Trust What You See To Lean In, or To Let Go Be the Change You Want to See Status Quo, aka the Mess We're In Change Is a Tough Pill to Swallow
When You're a Hammer, Everything's a Nail A Square Peg in a Round Hole Just as a Snake Sheds Its Skin Secret Santa Has a Gift For You No Good Deed Goes Unpunished... in Chicago
The Things We Thought We Left Behind What You Don't Know Can't Hurt You Reality Leaves a Lot to the Imagination All The Things That Could Have Been Things Meant to Be Bent Not Broken
May Your Choices Reflect Hope, Not Fear If You Love Someone, Set Them Free Judge Not, For You Will Be Judged Like a Phoenix Rising from the Ashes End of the Day, Anything Can Happen
Lying Doesn't Protect You from the Truth And Now We Come to the End

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