Behaviour Support SA (BSSA) Counselling is a service offering support and guidance for primary caregivers of people with disability. Our qualified counsellor is here to listen and support you in managing and creating the best form of care for yourself, while you continue to care for others.
We understand that supporting and caring for a person with disability can be a challenging journey, mentally, emotionally and physically and may lead to strain, exhaustion and impact on wellbeing. Unfortunately, this is not only detrimental to our own mental health, it may also impact how we care for others.
BSSA Counselling is specifically for the ‘support team’ – the parents, family members and caregivers of people with disability. The individual sessions are confidential to provide the opportunity to talk authentically through specific lifestyle challenges, address any issues, as well as create space to support their own mental health and wellbeing while continuing to support others.
For more information download a copy of our flyer here.
We are able to deliver this service in variety of ways depending on what suits you best including:
Our service is tailored to your needs and circumstances as the client, with flexible therapy styles available including 1:1 or group counselling options.
As per the NDIS Price Guide. Funding is required in either:
Travel costs may apply.