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Katherine Mindlin Reinleitner

Katherine Mindlin Reinleitner, American psychologist, foundation administrator. Achievements include patents for (with Michael Harrington) water sanitizing system. Training fellowship I and IV, VA, 1970-1971, 73-74, National Institute of Mental Health, 1969-1970.


  • Reinleitner, Katherine Mindlin was born on May 10, 1948 in Scarsdale, New York, United States.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Barnard College, 1967. Master of Arts, Columbia University, 1968. Doctor of Philosophy, University Washington, 1974.


    • Intern Astor Home for Children, Reinbeck, New York. Psychologist Children's Hospital, Seattle, 1974-1983. Private practice, Mercer Island and Bellevue, 1976-2000.

      Private practice Bainbridge Island, 1983—2000. Administrator The Mindlin Foundation, Bellevue, since 1994. Lecturer, assistant professor University Washington, 1975-1983.

      Governor's council on abuse and neglect State of Washington, Olympia, 1978-1980. Board directors Prescribing Psychologists Register, since 1996, curriculum committee, since 1996.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include patents for (with Michael Harrington) water sanitizing system.


    • Author childrens books. Author: What To Do After You've Seen the Zoo, 1983.


    Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, International College of Prescribing Psychologists, American Psychological Association, Washington State Psychological Association.


    • Married Theodore B. Day, August 25, 1968 (divorced September 1980). Children: Eleanor Day, T. Eugene Day, Jennifer Day, David A. Married Lee A. Reinleitner, September 15, 1990.

      Children: Mark A., Paul H.
    • spouses: Theodore B. Day
    • Lee A. Reinleitner
    • children: Eleanor Day Reinleitner
    • T. Eugene Day Reinleitner
    • Jennifer Day Reinleitner
    • David A. Reinleitner
    • Mark A. Reinleitner
    • Paul H. Reinleitner
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    Born May 10, 1948
    (age 69)
    • 1967
      Barnard College
    • 1968
      Columbia University
    • 1974
      University Washington
    • 1974 - 1983
      psychologist Children's Hospital
      Seattle, Washington, United States
    • 1976
      private practice
    • 1983
      private practice, Bainbridge Island
    • 1994
      administrator, The Mindlin Foundation
      Bellevue, Washington, United States