Kirsten Banks, LPC, CPCS, CAI, CIP
INDUSTRY SPOTLIGHT | Robbin Mooney
Robbin is the Co-founder and Chief Development Officer at the J. Flowers Health Institute in Houston, TX. The J. Flowers Health Institute specializes in providing truly comprehensive health and wellness evaluations for difficult-to-pinpoint issues related to chronic pain, addiction, substance use, mental health, and lifestyle.
Before starting the J. Flowers Health Institute, with Dr. James Flowers, Robbin served as Communications Liaison for Crossroads Centre Antigua; an internationally recognized addiction treatment program founded by Eric Clapton. Prior to that, Robbin served in many leadership roles over 16 years for Willingway Hospital. Robbin, and her husband Jimmy, are heavily involved in MusiCares and for years they have traveled to the Grammy Awards to volunteer their time in the MusiCares Safe Harbor Room, an alcohol and drug free refuge for performers and staff fighting addiction.
Over the years Robbin, Kirsten, and Allison have worked together to help many individuals and families find their path to healing. Robbin has been a huge source of encouragement to Allison and Kirsten from the early days, to what is now known as Therapeutic Recovery Network. Robbin, we are incredibly grateful for all you do to help those in need, and we are honored to have you as this week's Industry Spotlight!
Since 1998, Robbin Mooney has worked in the health and wellness industry creating and implementing dynamic marketing solutions, designs, and branding messages for a variety of companies.
Business development, public relations and marketing roles have been her passion, and through these roles she has found a way to help others find a full and successful life. Robbin feels fortunate to be able to merge her entertainment background and holistic wellness specialties into the health and wellness services field.
Robbin served as the Outreach and Communications Liaison for Crossroads Centre Antigua; an internationally recognized addiction treatment program founded by Eric Clapton in 1998.
For 16 years at Willingway Hospital, she served in various roles such as Director of Communications, Marketing and Special Events Coordinator. Willingway Hospital was the first freestanding addiction treatment hospital in the state of Georgia, as well as one of the first in the country.
Over the past 17 years, she has been actively involved supporting MusiCares, which is the non-profit arm of the Recording Academy, helping musicians and individuals in the entertainment industry find the recovery help they need.
Robbin was a professional makeup artist for many years, working in film, television, and photography, and is also a certified Yoga Instructor.
To learn more about The J. Flowers Health Institute please visit www.jflowershealth.com