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you asked for more information about my problem which is what i tried to suppy , but if you want to opt out thats your decision
I see that the last expert you were speaking with opted out of your question and so I'd like to try to help you.
Has it been helpful to you to meet with a counselor to address the symptoms of your PTSD? My guess is that, as long as you are involved in this dispute with your neighbor, it will be hard to resolve the symptoms of distress that you are experiencing; it's hard to resolve PTSD when the "trauma" isn't over.
Have you considered looking into legal claims with your neighbor? Moving? Unfortunately, even if you were seeing a psychologist (s)he would not be able to do anything to "punish" your social worker neighbor- this is the job of the police and/or legal system.
I would suggest that you continue to work with a therapist to address your own distress and, in the meantime, also consider pursuing legal action against your neighbor if you feel this is warranted and have documentation of the disputes that you've had so far.