Jessica Dore is a licensed social worker, tarot practitioner and writer interested in using tarot cards to help people understand the interplay between internal and external life, and to behave flexibly and in alignment with what is most precious.
She combines her knowledge from years of studying psychology, behavioral science, tarot and mysticism to support people during times of both change and stuckness.
During graduate school, Jessica trained as a psychotherapist and worked with people struggling with mood regulation, anxiety, complicated and prolonged grief, post-traumatic stress, disordered eating, addictive behaviors, attachment trauma, and more. She has studied behavioral therapies extensively and holds a level 1 certificate for essential skills in energy psychology.
Her unique approach to tarot as a therapeutic tool has been featured in The New York Times, New York Magazine‘s The Cut, VICE, Teen Vogue, Yoga Journal, Philadelphia Magazine, The Philadelphia Inquirer, NPR’s Weekend Edition and more.
Jessica has studied and practiced ashtanga yoga for nearly a decade, and has worked as an assistant to authorized teacher Meghan Kirk at Mysore Philadelphia.
She has been influenced by the people and landscapes of the places she’s lived and traveled including New Orleans, Jamaica, Central America, India, Northern California and New England.
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