Mederi Music

Music Therapy & Mindfulness Meditation

Dorian Wallace, MT-BC

Mederi Music is the private practice of composer, pianist, music therapist, and teacher Dorian Wallace. My passion is to connect with other human beings through music and the mind. Music has been an essential part of our evolution since the Paleolithic era and is an integral part of our history and our evolution of consciousness. I practice music and meditation as a means to bring people together, inspire social, political, economic, or environmental transformation, promote healing, and offer support to people to directly investigate their consciousness's subtle, unconscious, and transpersonal aspects.

Demographics of Interest

Although I work in a diverse spectrum of communities and people, there are a few demographics in which I specialize.

  • Political radicals and activists facing burnout

  • Anti-war veterans, conscientious objectors, and service members

  • Exit counseling (cults, hate groups, insular communities, religious disaffiliation, etc.)

  • Incarcerated persons

  • Irreligious/secular communities

Dorian Wallace, MT-BC

Music therapist and meditation teacher

Dorian Wallace, MT - BC, received a BA in Music Therapy from Montclair State University, studying under Dr. Brian Abrams and Dr. Michael Viega. He completed an internship at Mount Sinai Beth Israel Louis Armstrong Center for Music and Medicine and MJHS Hospice and Palliative Care. Dorian completed his Level 1 training in Guided Imagery and Music from Atlantis Institute for Consciousness and Music. He leads music therapy and mindfulness meditation groups through American Humanist Association, About Face, Footsteps, and Sing In Solidarity.

Qualifications

  • BA in Music Therapy - Montclair State University

  • Board Certified Music Therapist - Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT)

  • Guided Imagery and Music Level 1 - Atlantis Institute for Consciousness and Music