Our expert says:
Uf she has seen a psychiatrist ( who should have asked for input from you before seeing her ) what did he say about her and how to handle her ? As mack says, best to select a shrink who usually works with children and adolescents. I rather like John's suggestion --- let her live elsewhere for some months, perhaps with a good friend or family member --- to appreciate what she has at home. And she may find it more of a strain to remain consistently adorable in front of other people, and either show them her current real self, or maybe adupt adorability as a habit to bring home with her
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