Maevon Gumble, MMT, MT-BC

Principal Clinical Consultant | Founder

Pronouns: they/them

currently accepting music psychotherapy clients

"Feeling connected with your therapist is one of the most important parts of any journey of self-exploration. In both the music psychotherapy and gender affirming voicework that I do, I use a collaborative, nonpathologizing, resource-oriented music therapy approach that fosters creative healing spaces for personal growth. Basically, this means that while I certainly bring my knowledge, resources, and lived experiences into the therapy space, I strive to honor your expertise of who you are as a person and your own strengths and resources. Together, we work to foster the kind of life that you want to be living, whether that's related to your own mental health and/or accessing and embodying a more affirming singing/speaking voice. I utilize a variety of models/theories such as Internal Family Systems, Feminist Theory, Queer Theory, Humanistic Therapy, and Resource-Oriented Music Therapy. If this sounds like what you've looking for, reach out today!"

More about me: "I am a board certified music therapist and pre-licensed professional counselor under the direct supervision of Demeko Freeman, LPC, MMT, MT-BC. In addition to the above services described, I offer supervision/training and workshops, particularly around engaging in gender affirming voicework. I am also a folksy singer/songwriter who performs both my own original music as well as covers of transgender/queer musicians. I am a curious person and know that there is always more to learn, so I engage in ongoing personal and professional development to be as culturally sustaining, affirming, and informed as I can be. My social locators are white, nonbinary genderqueer, queer, small fat, polyamorous, kinky, non-disabled, and neurotypical. When not in the office, I enjoy reading, cooking, listening to music, the occasional tarot card reading, and spending time with my partner and kitty cats. I'm passionate about social justice and activism and am plugged into community spaces to foster a more just and humane world for all." 

Fees for services

Individual services: $130 per fifty-minute session with a self-pay scale of $50-130 available

Group services: $50 per group session with a self-pay scale of $20-50 available

All payment due at the date of service. Please note that no insurance is accepted.

Who I work alongside

  • LGBTQIA+ folx
  • Anyone exploring gender, sexuality, and identity
  • Anyone wanting to work on their voice focused on gender and embodiment
  • Those navigating trauma
  • Those interested in Internal Family Systems-informed parts work
  • All ages

For music psychotherapy services, Maevon serves folx who reside in Pennsylvania. 

For gender affirming voicework services, Maevon serves folx across the USA. However, please note that due to licensing requirements, they are UNABLE to work with those residing in the following states: Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Nevada, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin, and Illinois. If you are from one of these states, we would be happy to support you in getting connected with a local music therapist.

Office Hours

Mondays: 11am - 8pm EST

Tuesdays: 10am - 6pm EST

Wednesdays: off

Thursdays: 11am - 8pm EST

Fridays: 11am - 8pm EST

Saturdays: off

Sundays: off

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