Good evening. I would like to assist you today if I can. How long has she been moody like this.
The first and most important step in establishing communication between you and your daughter is for you to keep your own emotions in control. It is important that as her mother, you lead by example in showing your daughter the right ways to handle things, which is often more effective than trying to tell your child. Always let your daughter know that you are there to listen (most importantly) and talk to her whenever she is ready. Pick times when all is peaceful, perhaps you too are out shopping or enjoying lunch together to ask her questions, with no pressure, about how everything is going in her life (and I recommend having one on one outings with her, to spend time, talk, and reassure her that you care about what's going on with her).
and pardon me for assuming that you are the mother...
Give your daughter plenty of praise with whatever you can: her grades in school, how well she helped clean the house, how well her hair looks, and so on. If you can get your daughter involved in activity that she enjoys (dancing, singing, playing an instrument, sports, etc.) this would be good. As the article that I am attaching recommends, getting your daughter a mentor may be of aid to her at this time also. The teen years can be very difficult on children (most especially girls) as so many things in their bodies and minds are developing rapidly. Here is the article that I mentioned: http://www.livestrong.com/article/175110-how-to-parent-troubled-teen-girls/
If you think necessary, counseling may also be an alternative for your family. Here is a link to family counselors in the New York City area: http://www.goodtherapy.org/New-York-Therapy.htm
I'm not good in chatting. I feel she needs to see psycologist now. that why I asked for home counselor.
I do understand. The link that I provided above has a plentiful list of family counselors in the New York state area (many who provide home therapy as well). You can put in your zip code, and search for the family counselor of your needs. I would definitely recommend researching them, and finding one who will best suite the needs of your family. If there is any other way that I can be of assistance to you on this, or any other parenting issue, please message for "earthsister." I wish you and your family the best.
I need someone come to my home for counseling
Definitely check out that link. I am sure you can find what you need there.
Here is one more link from the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, where you can search your area for a counselor that will come to your home and work with your family: http://www.aamft.org/iMIS15/AAMFT/Directories/Therapist_Locator/Content/Directories/Locator_Terms_of_Use.aspx?hkey=ac99bc1c-82bc-419e-9d44-2e545f887aab