Building on What is Good, Strong, and Positive in People

What is the Profession of Kinlein?

Kinlein is a relatively new profession among the caring professions. The name kinlein came as the result of the initial practice in caring of the founder, M. Lucille Kinlein. Her clients named this care which they were receiving, “kinlein”, and told others they were going for “kinleining”. Just as one who practices law is called a lawyer, one who practices kinlein is called a kinleiner. The profession of kinlein encompasses the components of education, research, and professional practice.

The profession of kinlein is based on the following premises:

  • At conception, a person receives the power to take action in living life.
  • Each person has the responsibility for and control over his or her actions.
  • A person can know self better than anyone else can know self.
  • Dignity is a quality of being human.
  • A person can be assisted in a way that benefits self and others.

Life has a way of happening whether one is ready for it or not. So what kind of control does a person have in the midst of it? At these times it is common for persons to ponder the “big questions” of life.

Who am I?

What is my purpose?

Where did I come from?

What should I do now?

The Profession of Kinlein focuses on the person, moving in that power within, as these questions are addressed and acted upon in the situations that life brings.

Upcoming Events and
Opportunities

The Institute of Kinlein is growing, adding new classrooms and administrative office in a second location in Anchorage, Alaska.

Come CELEBRATE with us in our new location:
836 East 15th Avenue, 2nd floor

An Open House. ~ Thursday, June 9th ~ 1 pm to 4 pm
Contact Kay Alley 907-830-2833 or Victoria Jenkins 907-244-8835


Coming in October:

Assembly of Kinlein
St. George, Utah - October 12-17, 2022

For information, contact:
Nancy Kohorn Henricks, Kinleiner of Reference
408 3rd Street, Suite 300
Wausau, WI 54403
715-842-7399