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Developed by Chartered Psychologists.

100% of Primary Care services who have used GOGL report that it enhanced their offer


A long-term digital recovery programme that empowers survivors from domestic abuse towards recovery (freedom and self-worth).  

Supporting all stages of recovery...

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Supporting recovery from the point of escape to long-term historic abuse.

A 12-month intervention that can sit alongside your offers, support waiting clients and serve as a discharge resource.

Redefining long-term recovery...

What survivors say...

“There's no, there's no undertone in there where it's like you doing this course means that you're a weak person, whether you're male, female, or however you identify. "

“Get out Get Love, it's a journey. And it's, it's one that can be taken together, and that no one is really on their own in it.” 

"I am no longer lost in existence alone and afraid. Get Out Get Love is providing me the terra firma from the storm that engulfs me. No longer chained and anchored, I am navigating through clearer, calmer waters with new knowledge and understanding.  Thank you for changing my life!"

"I plan to return again and again to the programme to complete it fully and to return to which ever part I need, whenever I need to."

"GOGL is a wonderful, powerful journey of discovery, the discovery of myself and the true life that I am meant to live; the life that is mine. Finding freedom, finding peace, finding happiness, finding acceptance, forgiving and loving myself. 

How it helps them...

Users tell us that GOGL provides mood, education, rescue and coping benefits

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Hear them speak for themselves...

What other DA services are saying...

100% of site referrers supported that:

  • GOGL is appropriate to offer within their service pathway (refuges, DA signposting, DA therapy providers and charities).

  • GOGL enhanced their service offer.

  • GOGL was a useful additional offer to clients.

“I think because it did offer another level of support, a different access, that would overcome some of the barriers that we were facing with the traditional group recovery support offers, and then the lack of therapeutic support locally, free therapeutic support locally for DV”  
Regional DA Service Provider / Call Line

"Yeah, surprisingly, quite a lot of men were interested in it, which I was quite surprised about, to be honest."  Primary Care Mental Health Practitioner

"I would say that that this is something that services can offer, which maybe plugs a gap  in provision - that people can access it at any time, at a time that's convenient for them.”  DA therapy service lead.

"It really opens that door to accessing some specialist support in your own time." : Regional DA service lead.

Is it easy for people to use?

Put simply... yes!

  • 100% reported being confident in using GOGL.

  • 100% stated that GOGL was easy to use, privately.

  • 100% say it was say it was easy to use, without support.

  • 100% of users reported that the time investment into GOGL was worthwhile.

What is it?

Created by Dr Craig Newman - Clinical Psychologist and person with lived DA experience. Informed by Attachment Narrative Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioural and Compassion-Focused approaches - adapted to create a bespoke recovery model for domestic abuse.

A unique programme - where the clients are taken on a journey with the founder (Dr Newman) to re-author their abuse story towards one of recovery and power of their emotions and future.

Find out more here.

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  • 100+ Evidence-Based Audio Lessons all from the founder (Chartered Clinical Psychologist, Dr Craig Newman).

  • Available as an App / Desktop / self-help book based programme.

  • Embedded compassionate mind course

  • Meditations Designed specifically for those healing after abuse

  • Rescue resources to help you at times of known crisis

  • Weekly articles answering user queries.

  • Live events with the founder and/or expert Psychologist.

  • Self-paced, long-term journey - with resources you can use as and when you need to.

Robust evaluation evidence...

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Get Out Get Love is committed to evidence based practice.

The digital programme was built with government funding and evaluated within both 2 studies alongside DA service partners & NHS services:

  • Innovate UK funded evaluation (report here)  

  • NIHR funded service improvement study (report here).

Already, our threshold for evidence is higher than most alternatives.  

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Free access for your team!

The programme speaks for itself - so we gift free access to your staff.

Contact us - we will send you licenses to explore it as a team!  

How can we get involved?

We are often seeking partner sites for grant opportunities, like our recent NIHR service evaluation (report available here).


Contact us if you'd like to be considered as a partner for upcoming opportunities.

Let's create 100,000 self-love stories together!

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