I think that you should bring up going to the counselor again. It seems like your dad did not take you seriously when you asked, but you should get it across that you would like to speak to a counselor. Would you feel better about asking your mom to help you find a counselor, then asking your dad again? If you are afraid they will get angry, try writing one or both of them a letter, explaining that this is really hard on you, and you need to speak with a counselor.
I don't see why they would get angry because you ask to see a counselor. Sometimes people seem to get angry over things that aren't really bothering them when they are stressed out. For instance, maybe your dad was having a really bad day, and when you asked him for something he blew up at you, not really intending too. It's not your fault. You have the right to speak with a counselor and to get some help dealing with what is going on.
Could you talk to someone else in your family? Maybe a grandparent, Aunt, or Uncle? I hope that they listen, and find you the help that you need. If not, I would suggest calling a hotline for more advice. Maybe they can help you to find some help in your area, if your parent's don't.
(See Crisis Center - Divorce.)
It's sometimes hard for parents to realize that divorce is hard on the kids as well. Divorce is hard on the whole family, and it's helpful to get an outside perspective from a professional. I hope things settle down for you soon.