More about Maevon Gumble, MMT, MT-BC


Education / Certification

Received 2019

Master of Music Therapy, Counseling track

Slippery Rock University

Received 2016

Board Certified Music Therapist, #12781

Certification Board of Music Therapists

Received 2016

Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy with a Gender Studies minor

Slippery Rock University

Work / Volunteer Experience

June 2019 - present

Music Therapist | Owner

Becoming Through Sound Music Therapy Services

Aug. 2019 - Dec. 2020

Mobile Mental Health Therapist

Familylinks

June 2018 - Aug. 2019

Teacher / Counselor

Familylinks

Aug. 2016 - May 2018

Graduate Assistant, Gender Studies Program

Slippery Rock University

Jan. 2016 - July 2016

Music Therapy Intern

Clarion Psychiatric Center

2013 - 2019

Instrument Instructor (voice / guitar), Band Manager

Girls Rock! Pittsburgh

Literature

July, 2021

The Sociocultural Identities of Music Therapists: Examples and Implications

July 1, 2020

Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy

November 1, 2019

Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy

July 1, 2019

Gender and Difference in the Arts Therapies: Inscribed on the Body

June 13, 2019

Slippery Rock University - Master's thesis

February 3, 2019

Critical Pedagogy in the Arts Therapies

Awards

April 2021

2021 Benedikte Scheiby Innovative Spirit Award

Mid-Atlantic Region - American Music Therapy Association

October 2018

Ally of Distinction Award

Slippery Rock University's President's Commission on Women

April 2018

Breaking the Silence Award

Slippery Rock University's President's Commission on Gender Identity & Expression

November 2017

STARS Graduate Scholarship

American Music Therapy Association

April 2017

Student Leadership Award

Slippery Rock University's President's Commission on Gender Identity & Expression

Editorial experience

November 1, 2019

Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy, co-edited with Candice Bain

Interviews

February 1, 2021

The Feeling is Musical podcast

July 28, 2020

Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy, Michael Viega

June 30, 2020

The MTea podcast

Presentations

November 2019

"Gender Affirming Voicework: Returning to an Authentic Embodiment of Gender." 5-hour CMTE session

AMTA National Music Therapy Conference, Minneapolis, MN

November 2019

"Constantly Becoming: A Roundtable to Move from Queer Theory to Queering Practice." 75-minute concurrent session co-facilitated with Vee Gilman Fansler, Ashley Taylor, Tatyana Martin, and Susan Hadley

AMTA National Music Therapy Conference, Minneapolis, MN

March 2019

"Destabilizing Identities: Queering therapists' perceptions for radical inclusivity." 100-minute concurrent session co-presented with Rachel Reed, Ashley Taylor, Vee Gilman Fansler, and Susan Hadley

MAR-AMTA Regional Music Therapy Conference, Reston, VA

March 2019

"A Continued Exploration of Gender Affirming Voicework in Music Therapy." 3-hour CMTE session

MAR-AMTA Regional Music Therapy Conference, Reston, VA

November 2018

"Exploring the Potential of Gender Affirming Voicework in Music Therapy." 75-minute concurrent session

AMTA National Music Therapy Conference, Dallas, TX

November 2018

"Queering Music Therapy Spaces: Listening and Looking with Radical Inclusivity." 75-minute concurrent session co-presented with Candice Bain, Rachel Reed, Kristen McSorley, Vee Gilman Fansler, and Susan Hadley

AMTA National Music Therapy Conference, Dallas, TX

April 2018

"Exploring the Potential of Gender Affirming Voicework in Music Therapy." 100-minute concurrent session

MAR-AMTA Regional Music Therapy Conference, Pittsburgh, PA

April 2018

"Queering Gender & Sexuality: Creating Inclusive Therapy Spaces." 100-minute concurrent session co-presented with Susan Hadley

MAR-AMTA Regional Music Therapy Conference, Pittsburgh, PA

November 2017

"Beyond the Binaries: Negotiating Gender and Sex in Music Therapy." 75-minute concurrent session co-presented with Susan Hadley

AMTA National Music Therapy Conference , St. Louis, MO

November 2017

"Exploring Identity: Ongoing Journeys in Cultural Humility." 75-minute panel with Candice Bain, Kathryn Eberle Cotter, Kristen McSorley, Freddy Perkins, ezequil bautista, and Rachel Reed

AMTA National Music Therapy Conference , St. Louis, MO

October 2017

"My Voice, My Self: Vocalizing Identity Beyond the Binary." 3-hour workshop co-facilitated with Susan Hadley

Expressive Therapies Summit, New York City, NY

based in Pittsbu​rgh, PA

Available for appointments

Monday: 11am - 8pm EST

Tuesday: 11am - 8pm EST

Wednesday: closed

Thursday: 11am - 8pm EST

Friday: 11am - 8pm EST

Saturday: closed

Sunday: closed