The Shrink Next Door

The Most Popular Traffic Exchange Service

The Shrink Next Door Podcast Video Statistics

Total Views
0
Total Likes
0
Total Comments
0

The Shrink Next Door Comments

The Shrink Next Door Reviews

Want to access your favorite websites?
podcastnewbie1
Podcastnewbie1
5 star

This was so interesting and kept me interested every episode

Bwalz177
Bwalz177
1 star

Really confusing, a lot of complaining. Could not get into it even after 3 episodes which was a bummer because I was excited about this story.

Ryan09090909
Ryan09090909
1 star

complain about each other. Not an overly pleasant experience.

Its Ava
Its Ava
5 star

This is an amazing podcast about a therapist abusing the doctor patient relationship. It is well written and tells the story in a thorough manner.

GrimCityGirl
GrimCityGirl
5 star

This pod hit close to home for me as I was in a relationship with my doctor and ended up married to him and living through a nightmare! He took me for lots of mon but I am lucky to be alive and well away from him. This pod helped validate that this can happen to anyone.

eman-resu15
Eman-resu15
5 star

A disturbing story of a shrink using all the tools of an abuser to control vulnerable patients. My heart goes out to his patients who were abused by this monster.

Steffanwolf
Steffanwolf
1 star

Who is this for? All I hear is a lot of old rich whiney Jews (trust me I am one I can hear it). I’m in so 3 and baffled on how this has so many good reviews. Nothing happens! Just how a guy obeyed his shrink. This happens all the time! There’s zero real story. Ironically in episode 1, the “journalist” that narrates says the newspaper told him this story sucked and they wouldn’t publish it... LOL they were right. This is trash.

NoThx!
NoThx!
1 star

Yikes

Nonie08
Nonie08
5 star

This Podcast, as most Wondery productions, is very exciting & hard not a to finish in one day! Great job all! Can’t wait for future updates on this podcast! Hard to believe that Marty was so easily led by Ike. But he was sneaky and skilled. He would have made a very good cult leader.

Ardentspirit
Ardentspirit
4 star

I can’t stop listening... both fascinated, yet infuriated that people could let this happen to themselves. Truly he prayed on and manipulated the most vulnerable. Yes they allowed it. But clearly they came to him specifically at a weak point in their lives that they needed help with, and he took people at their weakest and exploited them to his own benefit.

HeidiMid
HeidiMid
4 star

This podcast is well produced and interesting to listen to while I’m doing mundane housework (like the dishes). I’m only on episode 3 so far, but honestly, I don’t feel bad for Marty. He allowed all of this to happen to him. He isn’t an innocent bystander.

Manuel Campbell
Manuel Campbell
5 star

I think you are wrong. I guess we will have a lot of answers in the final episodes. But the story, to date, shows an extreme case of perverse narcissist. The like of Harvey Weinstein and so many others. You wonder how these people can live like normal people in our society, for so long, and even look successful, until they are uncovered. All clients of Ike had strengths that could be exploited to his benefit, while also having fundamental weaknesses that allowed them to be manipulated. I like the narrative. So strange, so gloomy, so mesmerizing. Can’t wait to know the end of the story.

kksisianbevekerknt
Kksisianbevekerknt
5 star

Ive relistened to it 3 times. Such a mindblowing podcast it’s hard to believe it really happened!

Koakleysmummasboy
Koakleysmummasboy
5 star

Brilliantly told stories from the host and the actual "victims". How this dreadful person can live with himself, he is vile. I hope Karma catches up to him real soon..

Roundandroundtheottaman
Roundandroundtheottaman
5 star

I felt both sympathy AND frustration listening to this podcast ! It was so brave of him to go public with this . Creepy manipulative psychiatrists / psychologists beware .. people are on to you ! Thanks for exposing this

Chuck Norris
Chuck Norris
07 April 2020

Chuck Norris once went skydiving, but promised never to do it again. One Grand Canyon is enough.

Julehu
Julehu
5 star

It was at times uncomfortable listening but thoroughly worthwhile. So sad to think a man’s life was so affected by the greed and ego of a health professional. I hope there is justice in the end.

BBnEV
BBnEV
5 star

This story is so crazy! It’s unbelievable! Definitely worth a listen

CardiacSplash
CardiacSplash
5 star

Absolutely shocking story told wonderfully!!

Megawatzz
Megawatzz
3 star

Great story and reporting but a ridiculous amount of ads played far too frequently throughout each episode, bordering on offensive. Disappointing and distracts from the great podcast.

Jules356
Jules356
5 star

Well presented, intriguing, and binge worthy for sure. Waiting for final episode.

Amandasatoz
Amandasatoz
5 star

Wow I was transfixed when this podcast popped up and stayed in bed to binge listen to it What a story Patient beware - people beware !!!

Madamelondon
Madamelondon
5 star

I was baffled by the extended duration of the financial and indeed psychological abuse endured by Marty. His loneliness and isolation certainly were contributing factors to his vulnerability. But I am still wondering how on earth this abuse went on for as long as it did! As for the Dr Death podcast, I believe there is a system failure to protect the public and patient from such dangerous Drs. I was very disappointed to hear Ike is still practicing psychiatry. Definitely recommend listening to gain awareness and understanding of the signs of financial, psychological and emotional abuse to protect yourself and your loved ones. Thank you to the host and all the production team involved. GB

retired hypnotherapist
Retired hypnotherapist
5 star

First don’t put professionals on a pedestal. Psychiatrists can be sick too and when at your most vulnerable never put your decisions in the hands of anyone else. You are prey for the opportunists and psychopaths when vulnerable. They’ll make you feel they care for and understand you more than anyone else and you reveal all your fears and worries which are used against you beware of the very charming and super confident. GB

Regn
Regn
3 star

Good production, was very intrigued to see where we were going but it didn’t have a satisfying conclusion. And the episodes since have all been a bit glad. I’m not sure if this is common but trailers advertising new shows are popping up. 3 in a row now. I have to unsubscribe. I’m not interested in an advertising tool. GB

Harold Nicolson
Harold Nicolson
07 April 2020

We are all inclined to judge ourselves by our ideals; others, by their acts.

The Shrink Next Door Wiki

The internet with no limits

The (listen) is a grammatical article in English, denoting persons or things already mentioned, under discussion, implied or otherwise presumed familiar to listeners or readers. It is the only definite article in English. The is the most commonly used word in the English language, accounting for seven percent of all words. It is derived from gendered articles in Old English which combined in Middle English and now has a single form used with pronouns of either genders. The word can be used with both singular and plural nouns and with a noun that starts with any letter. This is different from many other languages which have different forms of the definite article for different genders or numbers..

The Shrink Next Door Podcast Images

The Shrink Next Door Similar Podcasts

The Shrink Next Door image

Podcast Data

  • Relase Date06 April 2020
  • CategoryDocumentary
  • ArtistWondery | Bloomberg
  • Track11

Download
Wirex

Similar Videos

    changelly

    Popular Podcasts

    Popular Apps

    Popular TV Seasons