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foundation administrator , Psychologist

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.


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.


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


  • Other Work

    • 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.

Theodore B. Day

Lee A. Reinleitner

Eleanor Day Reinleitner

T. Eugene Day Reinleitner

Jennifer Day Reinleitner

David A. Reinleitner

Mark A. Reinleitner

Paul H. Reinleitner