An article at Army.mil notes some religious support teams spend so much time caring for others they may neglect their own well-being:
These RST’s work hard to provide moral, ethical and spiritual leadership to their units. On a weekly basis, they care for hundreds of Soldiers from diverse backgrounds and provide counseling for issues ranging from interpersonal relationships to combat stress…
“Compassion fatigue and burnout is a very real problem,” said Read more
Update: A broader official view of the Military Family Life Consultant (MFLC) can be seen at the official website.
In addition to providing chaplains and psychologists, the US military is also making contract civilian clinical counselors available to those who want confidential counseling. From the Army National Guard site on the subject, the DoD provides Military Family Life Consultants (MFLCs) who
are licensed clinicians with a Masters Degree and at least five years of experience in social work, counseling, or a related clinical discipline.
While psychologists or visits to base Mental Health might generate attention, the MFLC program is specifically designed to be Read more