Vanderbilt Behavioral Health

Vanderbilt Psychiatric Hospital President Mary Pawlikowski to retire

Mary Pawlikowski, MA, MEd, PsyDABD, president of Vanderbilt Psychiatric Hospital and Vanderbilt Behavioral Health, will retire at the end of the fiscal year. A search will begin for the hospital’s new executive director.

Kate Whitley is participating in a free virtual support group at VUMC for those with Long COVID.

Virtual support group helps people with Long COVID

In addition to receiving her medical care at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Kate Whitley is one of about 100 patients participating in a free virtual support group program for those with Long COVID at VUMC.

Brenda Campbell lifts patients’ spirits with smiles, humor and genuine love

“I love people, I love helping, and I love what I do. Some of the patients who come don’t want to live. Some of them don’t have any support. I let them know, ‘Somebody loves you. You’re loved. You’re worthy of being loved. You’re so special and valued.”

Kenneth Reynolds weighed 780 lbs., and his body was shutting down. Vanderbilt Weight Loss Center gave him back his life.

Coming up: going fishing with his grandchildren

Behavioral Health Clinical Services Center formed

The newly developed Behavioral Health Clinical Services Center provides a professional home for licensed and license-eligible, non-physician behavioral health providers who are delivering assessment, diagnosis and intervention to patients receiving services throughout Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

Donna Butler-Rawson always greets patients with a smile and reassurance — especially important in her role in the electroconvulsive therapy program

Butler-Rawson earns inaugural Patient and Family Choice Award for Vanderbilt Psychiatric Hospital

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