I would go back to crate training 101. Put her in the crate with a kong filled with something to keep her busy. Leave her in there even if she makes noise. Do not talk to her while she is in the crate. It may help to cover the crate also. Since she was crate trained before and then you let her sleep on the bed she is abusing the privilege and needs to be reminded that it is your bed and her getting up there is not going to be a regular thing every night. She will be stubborn about it and will bark and whine at first but this will pass. Also you should know that at around 7 months they go through a fear stage where they will bark at a thing they have seen every day of their life with you but suddenly decide it is scary. Let the pup work through it. Don't comfort, coddle, or tell her it's alright. She will figure it out. Mine was suddenly afraid of a giant coral rock that had always been in our yard. She barked and ran around and barked some more. I just sat and watched. Gradually she got closer and closer, still barking, until she finally got all the way up to the rock and realized it was the same immobile object that had always been there. She never barked at it again. This too will pass.
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