Devon was afraid of his harness when he was a young puppy and he would run away when he saw it, and when I caught him and got it on him he would freeze in place and not move, or if I carried him outside in it he would just lay down and not move. I finally got him over it (well mostly, now when it's time to go out and I get out the harness he runs away and around the island in the kitchen and then comes to the door to have it put on), by using food. I bought some tiny ham cubes like they use in omelettes and when I got out the harness I'd give him one as I put it on him. At first I'd have to catch him like before, and then give him one after I forced the harness on him (he squirmed and tried to get away). After about a week of that he would let me catch him and put it on him for the treat, and after about 3 weeks he'd do what he does now, run around the island like he's trying to get away, but then he'd go to the door and let me put in on him without me having to chase him down. You might try something like that with individual things she is afraid of, like the blind or the garbage can. Make some noise with the item and then give her a high value treat that she doesn't get in any other circumstance. After a while she will hopefully start associating the sound and eventually the item itself with something good.