Meredith Hartley (she/her) is a musician, vocalist, music therapist, psychotherapist, and community engagement facilitator currently residing on the ancestral and unceded territory of the Coast Salish peoples - Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh, and Musqueam Nations (Vancouver, Canada). She has extensive experience working in early childhood, disability, community health, Alcohol & Other Drugs (AOD), and mental health sectors. Meredith works with a holistic approach to address the needs of her clients, and special interests include LGBTQIA+ issues, relationships, psychedelic integration, spirituality, and transpersonal work. She received her Master of Music Therapy & Graduate Diploma in Guided Imagery and Music Therapy (GIM) from the University of Melbourne and a Bachelor of Music from the University of Adelaide.
Meredith began volunteering for Australian Psychedelic Society in mid-2018 and shortly afterward started co-facilitating integration circles. This led to a position on the committee in 2019 and taking over as President in 2020, leading the committee to develop a strategic plan in early 2021.
Meredith is passionate about intersectionality, ethics & safety within psychedelic spaces and is keen to further this work within a Canadian context.