Dale Korinek, Psy.D. is a neuropsychologist and Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at SIU School of Medicine. He served in the Illinois Army National Guard for 12 years before leaving to complete his doctoral education at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. He completed his clinical training in neuropsychology at the University of Chicago Medical Center and internship at the Jesse Brown VA, with additional rotations at the University of Illinois Chicago. He went on to complete his postdoctoral fellowship at the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, serving in both the neurology and psychiatry departments. His research interest broadly focuses on apathy and social behavioral changes in neurologic illness or injury, frontotemporal dementias, performance validity, and prospective memory.
Dr. Korinek provides brief and comprehensive outpatient neuropsychological evaluations through the Department of Psychiatry. He also provides forensic neuropsychological services, such as independent medical evaluations (IMEs) or Worker’s Compensation evaluations.
Specialties: Neuropsychological and psychological assessment, psychoeducation, motivational interviewing for health behavior change.
Memberships: National Association of Neuropsychology (NAN), Society for Clinical Neuropsychology (SCN) APA Division 40
Licenses: Clinical Psychologist (Illinois)
Clinical Interests: Mild cognitive impairment/dementia, epilepsy, brain injury, stroke/cerebrovascular disease, movement disorders, autoimmune conditions affecting the brain, adult ADHD, and presurgical psychological screening for pain interventions (i.e., spinal cord simulator or pain pump)
Education & training
Treatments & procedures
- Behavioral Health
- Cognitive Disorders
- Memory Loss
- Neuropsychiatric Disorders
- Alzheimer's Disease
- Parkinson's Disease
- Movement Disorders
- Cerebrovascular Disease
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
- Post-concussion Syndrome
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)