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The self-delivered therapy programme, for those in and after abusive relationships.

Book cover and app for get out get love programme
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Brought to you by Clinical Psychologist, Behaviour Specialist and survivor,

Dr Craig Newman

The Book

Coming June 2023

(US & UK)

Pre-Order Now

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Online

12-months access to our programme

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The App

Coming Soon!

A fully interactive support tool

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The GOGL Programme

About you, not the abuser!

Recovery starts when you understand yourself, free yourself and love yourself.  We don't need to read about abuse, as we lived it!  GOGL provides closure and moves you on to self-love.

As easy as 1, 2, 3.

A journey you can start at any point...

For men, women & LGBTQ+


All ages & cultures

Image by Stefan Spassov

This will no-doubt take time, but will be more than worth it and has already started to remove needless stress from my life.

Anon, male 

Born out of experience blended with science...

Empowering Insights with an Inspiring Start...

In this groundbreaking book/programme, Clinical Psychologist and Behavioural specialist Dr Craig Newman shows us how and why we endure abuse, how to reshape the changes it creates in us and how to developed life changing self-love. 

A journey that was developed out of his own personal experience escaping domestic abuse, his extensive psychological understanding and many years of supporting others as a therapist.  

 

An amazing story of personal realisation and discovery that has developed into a journey we can all take from abuse to love. 

2,000+ hours of research.

Experience with 1,000s of people.

4+ years to create.

How you change on the programme

The journey equips you to...

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Gain awareness

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Know your own story

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Expand your

understanding

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Learn the steps to take

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Maintain

These interventions build knowledge, skills and empower you to break out of the cycle and damage of toxic love

GET OUT GET LOVE

START YOUR JOURNEY HERE

I can’t thank GOGL enough – I literally have a new life that I love, being me!

Anon, female

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