Student Personal Counseling Center (SPCC)
The years of college, graduate school, and medical training can be among the most exciting and gratifying of a person’s life. However, being a student can also cause significant amounts of stress and uncertainty. During these times, you may find it helpful to have additional support and encouragement. The Student Personal Counseling Center (SPCC) offers a variety of counseling and support services to help students in times of need. Our mission is to meet the needs of the Thomas Jefferson University community with compassion, honesty, and confidentiality.
Our SPCC counselors are available to provide assistance and guidance students need to achieve personal and academic success. There are many benefits to counseling including improved relationships with friends and family, better stress management and increased health and well-being. All concerns are taken seriously — no problem is “too small” to talk about.
833 Chestnut Street,
Monday - Friday
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For counseling, health services, and support group information at Jefferson
Off campus phones:
The Student Personal Counseling Center (SPCC) is committed to enhancing the educational experience of Thomas Jefferson University students and Thomas Jefferson University Hospital residents by addressing the social, emotional, developmental, interpersonal and cultural needs of students and trainees. Continued goals of the SPCC are to assist students and House Staff in identifying problems early, promote efforts towards wellness and balance, and help students and residents to learn skills which will help them to effectively meet their career and life goals. The SPCC counselors strive to uphold strict confidentiality and hold themselves to the highest level of clinical and ethical standards. The SPCC respects, supports and embraces diversity and diverse populations.
Dial 811 - On Campus
(215) 955-8888 -
Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Emergency Room
Main Hospital Building
132 South 10th Street
(215) 955-6060 Pager Operator
(Ask for the Psychiatry Resident on-call)
Hall Mercer Crisis Response Center
245 South 8th Street
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline