Between dealing with jobs, congestion and the hassles that come with our lives, people sometimes want to get away and move somewhere else. For those who have experienced an existential crisis, relationship loss or a tragedy, however, this desire can become overwhelming. In recent years, psychologists have begun researching the psychological and neurological effects of relocating, and the findings show that it can be a viable form of therapy for some people in certain situations. Here are a few facts about relocation therapy and why it can be so effective.
Is relocation therapy different than moving?
In terms of actions, there is no effective physical difference between relocation therapy and moving to a new area. However, the purpose of relocation therapy is to reset the mind and move on from a loss in the family, a midlife crisis, relationship transformation or another life event that is difficult to process without significantly Read More→