End of KP Workday

Summer 2019

Kaiser Permanente 

 

End of KP Workday
photograph

Tonya Lippert, PhD, LCSW

Dr Lippert relates: “After a long workday at Kaiser Permanente, I felt awe and gratitude as I caught this sight from the top of the East Interstate parking lot.”

Originally from California, Dr Lippert currently hails from Portland, OR, where she works as a Mental Health Therapist at the East Interstate Clinic and as a Child Interviewer on a child abuse evaluation team at Child Abuse Response and Evaluation Services (CARES) Northwest, a collaboration involving Kaiser Permanente and 3 other leading health systems. During her spare time, she loves to write even more than she loves to take pictures. Her latest publication is a children’s book titled Goodbye, School.

 

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