Incoming VU students, please review the information provided here.
A variety of treatment services are available to students at the PCC. Service options are integrated based upon unique clinical needs of the students. The following services are offered to students:
- Individual Therapy
- Psychiatric Services
- Group Therapy and Workshops
- Alcohol and other Drug Services
- LD/ADHD Assessment
To make an appointment, call (615) 322-2571 (on campus 2-2571) or schedule an appointment online.
If you need immediate help, please call the Psychological and Counseling Center at (615) 322-2571, the Crisis Line at 615-244-7444, or visit your nearest emergency room.
Access My Health at Vanderbilt, an on-line tool allowing patients access to parts of their medical records and to secure communication with providers.
Vanderbilt University students are eligible for all services at the Psychological and Counseling Center. The majority of the services at the PCC are provided at no additional cost to students. Students will be required to have an active ID card to be eligible for services.
The essence of an effective therapeutic relationship is based on safeguarding a client's confidentiality. To the extent permitted by law, the Psychological and Counseling Center maintains confidentiality of all that is communicated between you and your provider. Your written permission is required before any information about you, including acknowledgement of your contact with the Center, is released to anyone. Parents, deans, friends, and others do not have access to information that you are a client here, unless you authorize us (both verbally and in writing) to release such information. Certain extremely infrequent situations call for exception: life and death situations and child or elder abuse.