Dr. Olivia Domczewski
Doctor of Clinical Psychology
Primary Care/Health Psychology
Health Behavior Change, Chronic Medical Illness, Organ Failure and Transplant
A graduate of Midwestern University in Downers Grove, IL, Dr. Domczewski has specialized in the field of clinical health psychology. Dr. Domczewski completed her postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Mississippi Medical Center’s Department of Family Medicine, with a focus on primary care and health psychology.
Throughout her training, Dr. Domczewski has worked with individuals and their families to help them cope with chronic medical conditions such as heart and kidney failure, hypertension and diabetes and cancer, as well as utilizing evidence based practices for weight management, behavioral pain management, and sleep hygiene. Dr. Domczewski has a particular interest in organ transplant and advanced heart failure therapies (e.g. LVAD), as well as grief and loss as it pertains to chronic illness, and death and dying issues.
Dr. Domczewski has worked in various settings including; community mental health, primary care, and general medical and psychiatric hospitals. Dr. Domczewski realizes that your healthcare does not stop when you leave the hospital or doctor’s office, and wants to help you become as successful as possible with managing your physical and mental health on a day to day basis.