I personally understand the emotional battle that parents face in finding the right support, the constant worry about the future of their child and the emotional toil connecting with a child with special needs can sometimes take. Understandably, this can create additional tension within the home.
Being the parent of a child with special needs can be mentally and emotionally taxing, and having an understanding ear can help relieve some of the stress. I recognise this first hand, so I offer a non-judgemental space to voice concerns and struggles, all through a confidential and supportive service.
Please note, when counselling a child, it would be inappropriate to also work in a counselling role with the parent. This could lead to conflicts in the therapeutic relationship. It is recommended that an alternative counsellor be sought who can solely focus on your needs.