About The Center
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The Vanderbilt University Psychological and Counseling Center is located at 2015 Terrace Place. The Center offers a range of services to Vanderbilt students including individual, group, psychiatric services, alcohol and drug assessments/counseling, LD/ADHD assessment, and reading/ study skills. For the Vanderbilt community, we offer outreach, organizational consulting, crisis management and more.
Hours of operation are 8AM-5PM Monday-Friday. We provide on call services after hours and on weekends for emergency calls. The routine number for the center is (615)-322-2571 (on campus 2-2571); this number should be used for after hours emergency calls as well.
The PCC functions also as a training facility. Each academic year, graduate practicum students, pre-doctoral interns, post-doctoral psychology residents and psychiatric residents are chosen to train at the Center. They receive supervision from our staff of licensed psychologists, psychiatrists and other professionals.
To make an appointment or to obtain further information about our services, please contact the Center at (615)-322-2571. (If on campus, call 2-2571).
The Psychological and Counseling Center is a department within the Dean of Students. The Center has served the Vanderbilt Community since 1949, known to the community at that time as the University Counseling and Placement Center when it was located in the basement of Kirkland Hall.