Vanderbilt University students are eligible for all services at the Psychological and Counseling Center. With the exception of Learning Disability/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder assessment, our services are without charge to students.
Trained counselors are available at our Center if you need someone to talk to and psychiatric staff is available for medication evaluation/management. They help with issues such as: depression, eating and body image issues, stress, grief, study/test-taking problems, academic major or career indecision, or anything else you want to speak to someone about. To make an appointment, just call 322-2571 (2-2571 if on campus) and we can usually make your first appointment within a week (depending on the availability of your schedule). If you have concerns regarding confidentiality, please refer to that page for information.
Group Therapy sessions are also available for a number of issues, including: gay/lesbian issues, eating and body image issues, general psychotherapy, and more. Please call the Center if you would like information regarding current groups.
*** If you need help, please call the Psychological and Counseling Center, the Crisis Line at 244-7444 or visit your nearest emergency room immediately.