Maya is an author, researcher, lecturer and a board certified music therapist who holds a Master degree in Music Therapy from the University of the Pacific (UOP), a Bachelor degree in songwriting from Berklee College of Music and completed her music therapy equivalency program at California State University, Northridge.
MAYA ZEBLEY, MA, MT-BC
Music Therapist, Board Certified
Maya Zebley is a critically acclaimed musician and music therapist that's performed all over the world and helped people from all walks of life.
Her musical career began at Rimon School of Music in Israel, followed by Berklee College of Music in Boston. Quickly becoming a highly sought after singer and song writer, her award-winning work is frequently featured in films, documentaries, television, radio, records, and video games. She regularly performs live, both alone and in orchestras, as well as collaborates with other artists on wide-ranging creative projects that have taken her across many continents and cultures.
While continuing her career as an accomplished musician, Maya began her studies into the therapeutic and scientific properties of music at California State University, Northridge, earning a degree in Music Therapy in 2012. During that time, she founded Maya Music Therapy, primarily treating people of all ages with mental and physical disabilities, ailments, and illnesses. Her work has become highly regarded, receiving numerous awards and critical recognition. Based on her clinical work and experience, her groundbreaking research The Role of Music: Coping with Cancer was published in 2016.