Dori

Dori helps people free their desire and center their pleasure as a way to deepen connection in their relationships. She received her Master’s degree in Integral Counseling Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies.

Somatica has been a life-changing experience for Dori who recently experienced a loving separation from her husband of almost 30 years. The couple remains very close and she is now happily polyamorous. She is excited about working with people who want to take the journey of consensual non-monogamy and helping individuals explore their sexuality whether that is kink, BDSM, role play or the many other vast sex-positive alternatives. Dori is open to all sexual orientations and identifies as queer.

Dori sees clients in Berkeley, CA and teh East Bay. Fill out this form if you’re interested in seeing her:


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