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The Counseling Center is thrilled to welcome Pepperdine students back to campus. We stand ready to support you with both individual and group-appointments. Please call us at 310.506.4210 or email us at student.counseling.center@pepperdine.edu to schedule an appointment or learn more about these services. 

Crisis support is also available 24/7 by calling us at 310.506.4210. An on-call counselor stands ready to respond to you for crisis consultation. If there's any other way we can support you, please contact us and let us know.



As a part of the Thrive Wellness program, Pepperdine University has partnered with TimelyCare to offer students free access to counseling and psychiatric support through the TimelyCare platform. TimelyCare serves as a 24/7 virtual extension of the Counseling Center, with the goal of supporting student mental health. Students are encouraged first to seek mental health care at the Counseling Center. If a convenient appointment is unavailable at the Counseling Center, or if students live outside of California, students can utilize TimelyCare.




As a reminder, your pepperdine.edu email gives you free premium access to the app Sanvello. With Sanvello you can track your mood and health habits, practice mindfulness and meditation, and build good daily habits to support your mental health. In order to have full access to all the features, be sure to validate your account after you download by going to Me > Settings > Send validation email.



Spring Groups

The Counseling Center is offering a variety of groups this Spring to help students embrace the challenges of the new semester. Click here for a list of group offerings.



On the Malibu campus (and all other domestic University campuses) call 911.

Then please call the Department of Public Safety at 310.506.4441.

For non-emergencies call 310.506.4442.

For Counseling Center crisis situations call 310.506.4210.