Is she out in the main part of the house? Maybe confining her to a room for a couple days will help her relax. Don't push her, just let her go at her own pace. I wouldn't really even try working with her for a few days as you have no idea if she's reacting to the move or if this is her normal personality. Even the most well adjusted cats get freaked out by a new home. My Holly came from a breeder where she was well integrated with the house. But leaving what she knew, her littermates and mom had her hiding under the bed for 2 days, the only time she would come out was if I was in the room or she wanted to eat or use the litterbox. As soon as I headed for the door to leave the room, she bolted under the bed. And when I came back in, no toys had been played with and she'd come crawling out, so I'm pretty sure she was under there the whole time.
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