My almost 16 year old daughter suffered a concussion nearly a year ago and was finally cleared last month. It has been a long and hard recovery. Complicating all of this is the fact that she blames me for the length of her recovery, that while I have been a loving and supportive parent, she believes that when she is under the most stress (ie writing exams or getting back into school), I have done things that have set her back. This sends her off into days-long rages. My husband and I have seen a psychologist to talk about our role in this. We have talked with other professionals. No one has concerns about my behaviour -- I am not perfect and a couple of times this year I have become frustrated with her but it's at the 'parents are human' level, not anything of concern. Last week our daughter called 911 on me because she felt scared of me -- the subsequent assessment had no concerns about me. She sees all of the stress as entirely my fault and is unwilling to seek mental health help because it's my issue. The only solution she proposes is me moving out. The anger toward me does predate the concussion and she has always been a child who has blamed others. Until recently, I would not have said that the concussion led to emotional changes as sometimes happens. We are beyond exhausted by the raging. We don't think she's a danger to herself or others in terms of physical harm but the emotional harm is becoming great. I would welcome any ideas, especially given her unwillingness to receive help. This last part is partly because she has seen countless professionals to deal with the concussion over the last year and she is honestly sick of it (which makes sense) but we believe she has some kind of PTSD and it would make sense.