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    coollonita
    Jun 5
    10

    reviewed: The Shrink Next Door

    Worth trying wondery just for this!

    This is such a sad, heart wrenching and at the same time beautiful and inspiring podcast, and I found it so incredible. Mr. Markowitz is such an inspirational person and proof that it’s NEVER too late to restart your life. I just am so glad he got away From his abuser, was and was able to share his story. The podcast itself is also just very pleasing to listen to, their accent and voices are really entertaining. Joe does a great job with his investigation, and the deep dive he does in to the backstory is absolutely mind blowing! Really just phenomenal. Definitely one of my favorites I’ve ever listened to and absolutely worth doing the wondery trial for cuz you will definitely binge it! 20 out of 20!!

    Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
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    Social Media Woman
    May 16
    10

    reviewed: The Shrink Next Door

    Wow Just Wow

    I hope ALL of the patients including the three women who wish to remain silent will find their balls and expose Ike Hershkopf for the garbage con artist shrink he is. I don’t believe they’re “scared of retaliation” I believe they don’t want their friends knowing they went to a con. Marty….I wanna slap him for being brainwashed but I wanna hug him because he WAS BRAINWASHED. He truly lost 30 years of his life. It’s so hard to believe the state of NY would allow the likes of Hershkopf to skate away while trying to steal everything from a patient. I blame the licensing board as much as anyone.

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    readingrenee
    Apr 2
    10

    reviewed: The Shrink Next Door

    Great story and narration

    I love the podcast, Mr Nocera’s voice and the guests. I feel so bad for Marty. This kind of story is something we need more of! The tale of a family, patients and a business in peril is heartbreaking Great job

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    Jodiemt
    Mar 30
    2

    reviewed: The Shrink Next Door

    Wow

    Seems kinda ridiculous to allow a Doctors reputation to be totally ruined because a clearly pathetic man is embarrassed for the decisions he made. Given how few people were actually interviewed for this show I’m assuming that nearly all of his patients were satisfied with the care they receive. Yet one man’s hurt feelings were able to destroy him. Wouldn’t it be nice if we all had someone to blame our bad decisions on?

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    Silvapain
    Mar 23
    2

    reviewed: The Shrink Next Door

    Another Wondery Podcast Going Completely Subscription

    Once again, Wondery has taken an old podcast series of theirs that was once free and made it completely subscription as a money grab. What terrible business practice!

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    laharrison01
    Mar 17
    2

    reviewed: The Shrink Next Door

    Scam to listen to podcast

    Will not pay to listen to a podcast

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    Isiahrocks21
    Mar 15
    10

    reviewed: The Shrink Next Door

    This story is … wow

    I never write podcast reviews. From how this began to the end- what a story! I binged on this entire story, while cleaning my non-Hampton house, with my mouth open. I really enjoyed it. 😂

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    taneshap
    Mar 11
    10

    reviewed: The Shrink Next Door

    Loved It!

    I found the podcast after watching the show and I’m so glad I did! Thanks so much for bringing the crazy story to light.

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    Mingo8myshoe
    Jan 22
    10

    reviewed: The Shrink Next Door

    Loved it!!!

    I listened before the show came out and having listened prior to the show made watching the show even better!

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    EragonEP
    Jan 21
    4

    reviewed: The Shrink Next Door

    Paywall

    Looks like an interesting show, but now there’s a paywall, which in my opinion defeats the whole concept of podcasts. Pass.

    Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
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    Bremesha D
    Jan 14
    2

    reviewed: The Shrink Next Door

    What

    What happened to the episodes?

    Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
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    Psyfuc000
    Jan 13
    2

    reviewed: The Shrink Next Door

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    nonicknamerobs
    Jan 13
    10

    reviewed: The Shrink Next Door

    LOVE but episodes cutting off at end?

    I saw the TV series based on this story and was so excited to find the podcast! This is such a captivating human interest story. However, it seems each episode so far has cut off too soon at the end, often in the middle of a sentence. Anyone else experiencing this???

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    Willlemmm
    Jan 11
    10

    reviewed: The Shrink Next Door

    Morons

    His patients are idiots, I can’t imagine feeling sorry for someone so naïve as to let their therapist take over their money and property. Good job with the finesse doctor Ike.

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    JoanP2325
    Jan 7
    6

    reviewed: The Shrink Next Door

    Appears free on Apple podcast app

    I listened to all of the episodes before the paywall luckily, so I’m not sure if I can see them all because they’ve been played prior. If you have an iPhone try the Apple podcast app. Great story if anyone could listen to it anymore

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    iamhmoggie
    Jan 6
    2

    reviewed: The Shrink Next Door

    Pay Wall

    Make advertisers pay for these podcasts, not your every day normal people just trying to get a little entertainment.

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    letitbefree
    Jan 5
    2

    reviewed: The Shrink Next Door

    Have to pay now

    Was a good series. Now u have to pay the dr.

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    Drunkenduckfish
    Jan 5
    4

    reviewed: The Shrink Next Door

    Meh

    More boring from this angle then Wondery usually produces. Joe try’s to be humble, but still brags and throws his stuffy wife in the mix. Great to see folks living the majority of life in the Hamptons trying to seem down to earth. The things that shock them are minimal to what real people experience. 1 episode and done for me. Tired of privileged vanilla people milking every last drop. Boomers are leaving the rest of us hanging out to dry.

    Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
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    ljacknb1
    Jan 3
    2

    reviewed: The Shrink Next Door

    Too much money for series.

    They put up a pay wall before I could finish it $5 a month is too much for just 1 podcast.

    Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
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    JamesC_NYC
    Jan 2
    2

    reviewed: The Shrink Next Door

    Pay only! Don’t bother.

    You have to subscribe to listen. No thank you. Plenty of free content out there.

    Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
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33 Episodes 23.8k Ratings First Aired: May 6, 2019 🇺🇸

Veteran journalist Joe Nocera had a Hamptons neighbor: Ike, therapist to celebrities and Manhattan’s elite. He had star-studded parties at the vacation house. But one summer, Joe came back to discover that Ike was gone, and the summer house next door had never belonged to Ike in the first place. It was Marty’s, a therapy patient of Ike’s who had finally broken free from Ike’s psychological domination. THE SHRINK NEXT DOOR is the story of one therapist’s psychological manipulation as he crossed lines and defrauded his patients — and he’s still out there. In partnership with Bloomberg.

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33 Episodes 23.8k Ratings First Aired: May 6, 2019 🇺🇸

Veteran journalist Joe Nocera had a Hamptons neighbor: Ike, therapist to celebrities and Manhattan’s elite. He had star-studded parties at the vacation house. But one summer, Joe came back to discover that Ike was gone, and the summer house next door had never belonged to Ike in the first place. It was Marty’s, a therapy patient of Ike’s who had finally broken free from Ike’s psychological domination. THE SHRINK NEXT DOOR is the story of one therapist’s psychological manipulation as he crossed lines and defrauded his patients — and he’s still out there. In partnership with Bloomberg.

Published by

People

Tagged with

True Stories
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