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Postdoc Wellness Resources

Postdoctoral appointees have access to a variety of health and wellness resources at Vanderbilt University.

  • Vanderbilt’s Graduate Life Coach is available to support your personal and academic success through programs and initiatives focusing on time management, stress management, the work/life balance, navigating academic relationships, and resilience. Email stacey.satchell@vanderbilt.edu for more information.

  • Vanderbilt’s University Counseling Center (UCC) is available to help support your mental health and wellness. Postdocs have access to the full range of clinical services at the UCC, including individual and group therapy and drop-in crisis care counseling. Visit the appointments page to schedule an appointment.

  • Occupational Health is available to support your physical health needs. Faculty/Staff Express Care offers walk-in services for minor infections such as colds, sinus infections, sore throat, bronchitis, and ear infections. You may also obtain a consultation from the main Occupational Health Clinic in Suite 640, Medical Arts.

  • networkVanderbilt’s Student Care Network is a holistic, inclusive network of services and resources pertaining to health and wellness. These resources include on-campus, off-campus, and online or telemedicine services. You can search for resources specifically available to postdocs by clicking here.

  • Vanderbilt’s Center for Student Wellbeing (CSW) is available to support your personal development and academic success. Offering wellbeing and academic coaching, substance use recovery support services and screenings, meditation and yoga, and skill-building workshops, the CSW promotes self-care and personal growth.

  • Vanderbilt’s Office of Student Care Coordination (OSCC) is available to help you navigate support for physical and mental health or other personal concerns. The OSCC team of Care Coordinators will assess your needs and refer you to the most appropriate resources to ensure those needs are supported. Schedule an appointment or call (615) 343-WELL (9355).