Our expert says:
Its always sad when someone whol very obviously needs help, such as counselling, refuses to accept it. From the sound of it she is showing really clear signs of post-traumatic stress problems, needing and likely to respond really well, to proper treatment, and needs a careful assessment from a good psychiatrist and a discussion of treatment options.
Apart from very clearly explaining that her obviously distressing symptoms are naturally unpleasant for her but are also disturbing other people, and that there is highly effective treatment available which you urgen her to take advantage of, there's not a lot more you can do.
Has she a husband opr other family who could be approached and enlisted to help re-inforce this message ?
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