If you are in an emotionally abusive relationship, don't put off your first step towards freedom any longer. Within Pathway to Hope, is guidance, support, and community.
Do you ever feel crazy?
Do you feel like no matter what happens in your relationship you end up being the responsible party? Does the blame always fall on you?
Does the person you are with blame shift, minimize, rationalize, justify, spiritualize, and deny their harm of you?
Do you feel like you walk on eggshells around them?
Do you feel like you have a hard time staying motivated to be in the relationship?
Do you feel overwhelmed?
Do you feel like they're always undermining you? Causing you to second guess your instincts?
Do you worry that you are crazy? Or is he a jerk?
Get help in seeing what the truth is.
Do you feel like no one understands? Many have been where you are and can relate to your situation.
Do you feel like you just can't get out of your situation?
Many have been led out, you can get out too.
Through Pathway to Hope, you’ll find clarity on who the problem is. You’ll find a community of women who get it. And, you’ll learn about your incredible intrinsic value – and the steps you can take to live free in it.
Learn more about topics like emotional abuse, spiritual abuse, parenting during the difficulty, boundaries, living in the truth, trusting your gut, healthy relationships, valuing yourself, and more.
You can take your time going through the material because you have access to everything.
Having access to all videos at one time means you are able to go back and review over videos that you enjoyed.
Community support is so important as you are walking through your process of growth. Chat with other women who are going through similar struggles and build healthy relationships as you encourage one another toward freedom from abuse.
This community is monitored and there are rules in place so that it is a safe place to practice being vulnerable. Click here to read the Community Forum rules.
Join Patrick, Amber, and the community of Pathway to Hope for two Live Interactions each month via Zoom.
Get your questions answered relating to your process of freedom from emotional abuse. Talk with Patrick live about your specific situation and get his caring words of wisdom, understanding, and encouragement.
Unable to attend the Live Interaction? No problem, questions can be submitted ahead of time via a private email. Each Live Interaction is also recorded and will be available in your video library to view as many times as you wish.
Pathway to Hope also offers Community Virtual Meet Ups. Connect with other women in smaller groups via Zoom. Learn their stories and find commonality in the struggle.
These groups are led by Amber and other leaders within the community who understand emotional abuse and the importance for safe connection. These Meet Ups are not recorded and not available for later view.
Each month, we highlight a woman in the community, and she has the opportunity to share about herself, her interests and hobbies, and other fun questions. This is a great opportunity to find members with whom you have things in common!
In addition to Patrick's video courses, your membership includes access to our 'Conversations That Matter' module, where Patrick interviews other brave souls in the community – authors, and influencers bringing awareness of emotional abuse like Henry Cloud, Natalie Hoffman, Gretchen Basterville, Laura Charanza, and others. Hear other women's stories and the hardships they have faced, how they got to freedom and where their lives are now.
In module one, dive deep into identifying and learning more about what is spiritual abuse and psychological abuse.
In this module, you will also hear about Patrick’s own story of emotional abuse as a child and also within his own marriage of 25 years.
Do you find yourself having a hard time accepting your situation?
In this module, Patrick talks about denial and living in the truth and how it is key to your freedom away from your abusive relationship.
Other topics discussed include, the difference between reconciliation and forgiveness.
Tears are the blood of the soul and grief is the doorway to your freedom. In this module, learn how to move through the pain of the death of your dream. And do it with others who understand the difficulty.
Learn about toxic shame in this module, setting boundaries, trusting your gut, and the importance of emotional detox from the relationship.
In your process of getting free, many women start questioning their beliefs. Patrick also talks about how normal this is and why this is another key to your healing.
You are free away from the harm, now what?
In this module, learn how to trust your instincts, be present in the moment, and how to make choices for yourself without guilt or shame.
Dating is also a topic covered in this section. Learn what a healthy relationship looks like and how to identify your needs.
Hi, I’m Patrick. Over the years, I’ve counseled thousands of women who have been in a place of harm due to emotional abuse. It’s been my privilege to walk many of these courageous women from a place of hopelessness to a place of freedom, so they can live a vibrant life.
I’ve also personally experienced emotional and physical abuse. I grew up in an abusive alcoholic home, and was in an emotionally abusive marriage. This has given me a depth of understanding, and intuition for the hard to describe things, that can only come from experience.
I understand the struggle of getting out of that internal tangle - the one that being in an emotionally abusive relationship creates. Because of this, I communicate from a place of deep compassion, while being to the point, and non judgmental.
It’s my passion to help women walk through that very difficult mine field filled with nuances and subtleties. That’s why I created Pathway to Hope. I’d like to share the insights I’ve learned, and walk you through my process so you can get to a place of freedom and hope.
Let’s work together and bring value and freedom into your life!
I am a mom to two beautiful children, I love being outdoors, writing songs, and creating music.
Personally, I have experienced emotional abuse both covert and overtly in my life. I grew up in a home without a father and with a mother who was emotionally abusive.
Growing up in the church and purity movement I decided to get married at a young age. It took me years until I realized how depressed and alone I felt in that relationship where I was disregarded on a regular basis.
I also understand and have experienced spiritual abuse. As a previous worship leader in the church, I was abandoned by them during my divorce and told many times I needed to try and be better to keep the marriage together even though it was slowly destroying me.
I not only went through Pathway to Hope personally, I also helped create it. I currently work with Patrick through Pathway to Hope as the Community Relations Director. I am also a certified Life Transitions Coach.
Through it all I have gained healing, clarity, and more confidence to live out of my intrinsic value. As a result, I am passionate about seeing you find the same thing.
“I don’t think I have ever listened to someone who speaks truth straight into my heart like Patrick.”
“Patrick’s honest communication has helped me understand a lot about things that once confused me. So many people I know find themselves in relationship issues with more questions than answers. Patrick has a lot of good answers.”
"Pathway to Hope has been an invaluable life line for me. I immersed myself in the tutorials, conversations, and many of the resources. I found great strength and sanity as I became educated in identifying the issues, grieving different types of loss, setting healthy boundaries and renewing a commitment to personal growth. It was certainly encouraging to share the support of others and know we are not alone and that there are solutions. I have been amazed how relatable and affirming Patrick's lessons are. I am so grateful."
“Pathway to Hope really helped me identify what emotional abuse was, the next steps I needed to take for my own freedom, and how to care and love on myself in that process. Patrick’s transparent way of teaching gave me the courage to keep moving forward. The fact that he understands emotional abuse because he has been through it gave me comfort.”
“Patrick Doyle knows abuse because he lived it. I have watched all the YouTube videos of Patrick’s Dove TV appearances but this Pathway to Hope is on another level. As Patrick shares his personal story I saw my situation clearer and clearer. His insights are so enlightening, his courage so admirable, and his transparency is so brave. I’m ready to take this journey to healing!”
“Pathway to Hope is awesome! The information from the videos is well worth the money, and really helped me get more clarity on seeing my stbx’s husband’s behavior for the abuse that it was. Ultimately I filed for divorce and Patrick’s insights and information have led me on a greater journey toward self discovery and really listening to my intuition. I would highly recommend this program!”
Now is the time to gain clarity, healing, understanding, and support toward your process of freedom. Through Pathway to Hope this is possible.
* To ensure the safety of the women who join Pathway to Hope, registration is limited to women only. Men are not allowed in Pathway to Hope.
We believe Pathway to Hope is exactly what you’ve been searching for, and will create many positive changes in your life. To make joining an even easier decision, we offer a 100% money back guarantee. If for any reason you are not happy with Pathway to Hope, email us within 10 days of your registration and we will promptly refund your purchase, no questions asked.
How much does Pathway to Hope cost?
Pathway to Hope is $35 per month or $397 per year.
I’m not sure I can afford $35 per month, but I really want to do this. What do I do?
Patrick has spoken with so many women over the years who have been stuck and living in fear because of their unhealthy relationships. Some have even been physically sick because of the emotional stress that has had a toll on them for years. They have spent so much time and money on counseling and seeing medical doctors because of this. You are worth the emotional and physical health. Give yourself the gift of healing through Pathway to Hope. It will cost you a lot less in the long run.
How do I know if Pathway to Hope is the right fit for me?
Pathway to Hope was created for women who are:
What if I don’t want my payment traced?
We understand some of you need extra safety because of your situation. One of the ways you can do this is to purchase a pre-loaded Visa gift card. You can get these at Walmart or other major chain grocery or drug stores.
Another option is to ask a safe person you are close with if you can use their credit card, and you can pay them back with cash.
How does Pathway to Hope compare to other memberships that are similar?
Patrick has experience as a pastor and a counselor within the church environment. During his time in these roles, he learned a lot about the church culture and how they deal with emotional abuse. He also learned how the church is dealing with it wrong. Through his own mistakes with this, he gained new insights and understands these nuances. Thus he can help you navigate with clarity.
He has been in and also successfully gotten free from an emotionally abusive relationship. Patrick will help you do the same.
Because of Patrick’s 30 years of working with abusers, he understands their pathologies. He is able to help you navigate the next steps with clarity and confidence.
What if I want a refund?
If you would like a refund on your Pathway to Hope subscription, you may do so within 10 days from the date of your purchase. If you cancel your subscription but are not eligible for a refund, you'll retain access to the courses until your subscription expires.
To request a refund, reach out to our team at [email protected].
Is the online community safe and private?
This community is monitored and there are rules in place so that it is a safe place to practice being vulnerable. Some of the women in the community also use a different name or alias for additional privacy.