Eiko Komuro Venovic
Dr. Venovic has been with Meier Clinics since 2006 and enjoys working with adolescents and adults from diverse backgrounds on a wide range of issues. She is also able to provide comprehensive psychological and A.D.H.D. testing services for adolescents and adults. Throughout her career, Dr. Venovic has worked collaboratively with clients and their families in order to improve quality of life and relationships. She utilizes eclectic and cognitive-behavioral theories and provides a psychodynamic understanding of relationships in counseling.
Dr. Venovic often works with clients who have the following concerns:
Acculturation Concerns, Anxiety, Belonging, Boundaries, Codependency, Communication, Conflict-Resolution, Depression, Identity Issues, Interracial Marriage, Grief/Loss, Same Sex Attraction, Self-Esteem, Shame, Life-Transitions, and Seasonal Affective Disorder
Dr. Venovic has clinical experience in settings including the Will County Health Department, River Valley Juvenile Detention Center, and Trinity International University Counseling Center. She was also involved in a federal grant program with Meier Clinics through Family Bridges, and conducted research on healthy marriages and adolescent dating relationships.
Dr. Venovic received her Doctorate of Clinical Psychology from Wheaton College in 2007. She attained training and certification in PREPARE/ENRICH by Life Innovations, Inc. in 2003 and in Family Wellness during 2006. She has been licensed in the State of Illinois as a Clinical Psychologist since 2010.
Dr. Venovic is originally from Japan and has been living in the United States since 1994. She speaks and writes fluently in Japanese.
She offers reduced fees to clients who meet the financial guidelines.