With deployments, frequent moves and a fast-paced and often dangerous work environment, some service members and families feel the stress and strain of military life and the unique challenges it presents. To find out more about addressing these challenges through the wide range of counseling options available to you and your family, visit the resources, tools and articles below.
Medical and Non-Medical counseling can be easily confused. Medical Counseling consists of treatment for issues where a diagnosis can be made, such as depression, substance abuse, or PTSD. Non-Medical counseling covers an array of topics, including stress management, problem solving, and communication skills. More information about the counseling Military One Source provides can be found in our Non-Medical Counseling Options article.
Children and youth behavioral family life counselors play a key role in giving military children the support they may need during some of the more challenging periods of military life. Visit this article to find out more about how to access the services they provide.
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