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Ecopsychology is a field of psychology that focuses on the relationship between human beings and the natural world. It emphasizes the interconnectedness of all living beings and the importance of understanding and nurturing our relationship with nature.

Ecopsychologists believe that our relationship with nature is a critical aspect of our well-being and mental health. They argue that disconnection from nature can lead to a range of psychological problems, such as anxiety, depression, and stress. On the other hand, connecting with nature can promote healing, reduce stress, and increase a sense of purpose and meaning in life.

Ecopsychology draws on a range of theories and practices from psychology, ecology, and other fields to understand and promote a healthy relationship between humans and the natural world. This may involve activities such as spending time in nature, participating in ecological restoration projects, or incorporating ecological principles into therapeutic interventions. Ecopsychology also emphasizes the importance of sustainability and environmental activism as a means of promoting both individual and collective well-being.


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In 2019, two therapists set out to tackle a complicated problem.

The psychiatrist Carl Jung once wrote that, “Nobody, as long as he moves about among the chaotic currents of life, is without trouble”. One does not have to be a therapist, though, to realize that life is complicated. But finding the right therapist, who you can build a strong relationship with, shouldn’t have to be. This is the founding principle of It’s Complicated.Since our start, we've helped over 23,000 clients and counting, offering thousands of free crisis support hours, and built thriving therapy communities in Berlin, Amsterdam, London, Munich, and Athens.

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