Our expert says:
you definitely need to support and assistance and a good place to start would be with the school counsellor if there is one. I would also recommend that if this behaviour persists that you consult with a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist as with these kinds of behaviours you may need to consider in-patient treatment at an adolescent unit. The psychiatrist can also assess the extent of the problem and also whether there is any kind of substance abuse taking place that may explain her change in behaviour.
Above all your daughter needs to be able to talk with someone about why she is so angry with you as her parents, and for you to gain an undertstanding of why she is behaving this way.
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