They make this statement, but then a VA representative goes on to completely ignore moral injury and lapses into the traditional PTSD construct:
It shows again how much the VA and other mental health care workers want to medicalize all symptomology and assign an ICD code, a treatment plan, and move on without addressing the moral aspects of war in general. As Dr. Roger Brooke of Duquesne said:
In short, rather than simply be a witness to someone’s suffering there is a propensity to try and “fix” someone. This lies at the heart of moral injury: it is a soul problem. No amount of cognitive behavior therapy or prolonged exposure therapy will “fix” a soul problem.