The Center, located at 2015 Terrace Place (across the street from the Baker Building), offers services to Vanderbilt Students that include individual and group psychotherapy, psychiatric services, LD/ADHD assessment, alcohol and drug evaluations/counseling, and community outreach.

The PCC functions also as a training facility. Each academic year, psychiatric residents, graduate practicum students, pre-doctoral interns, and post-doctoral residents train at the Center. They receive supervision from our staff of licensed psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and professional counselors.

If you need to be seen immediately, come in for Crisis Care Counseling

If you are interested in services, click here to schedule a phone assessment.

For current clients, please call (615) 322-2571 to schedule or reschedule appointments.

If you are in crisis, you may speak to a provider after hours by calling (615) 322-2571 and choosing to be transferred to our answering service. They will take your information and you will be called back by a PCC provider within minutes. If it is a life threatening emergency, please call 911, VUPD at 322-2745, or proceed to the nearest emergency room.


PCC Summer Hours 

Clinic Hours: 8:00- 5:00, Phones will be answered from 9:00-4:00

Crisis Care Counseling: Mondays-Fridays 12:00-4:00

PCC Commitment to our Student Community

Amidst the current political times, the Vanderbilt University PCC affirms its commitment to diversity and inclusion and strives to create a safe and accessible environment for all students. We recognize the impact that recent policy changes may have on many members of our campus community. As a counseling center, we are fully aware our mission gets strengthened and enriched by the cultural and intellectual diversity of our students.

Click here for the PCC diversity statement.