Jacqueline Robbins has earned the title of Certified Clinical Musician (CCM) and is qualified to play live music
for the benefit of patients at their bedsides in: hospital, hospice, home care, and nursing home settings.
Artists for a Cause now offers Jacqueline Robbins as a “Therapeutic Arts” artist to their Arts Foundation offerings:
Therapeutic Arts Programs
We have a some exciting new things happening within our Therapeutic Arts Program!
Jacqueline Robbins, experienced cellist, has graduated from the Clinical Musician Certification Program, offered by Harp for Healing, LLC, which is accredited by the National Standards Board of Therapeutic Musicians. She is now able to continue as a Certified Clinical Musician (CCM), focused on palliative care, while she completes a minimum of the 36 sessions designated for those who are seriously or terminally ill. Donations are much appreciated that are specific to this “healing music” program of live music for the “memory care”, terminally ill, or any group or individual in need of therapeutic music.
The work has been made possible by “The Sheldon and Betty Robbins Fund for Therapeutic Arts.” Jacqueline has worked with A4AC and Hospice in the past producing wonderful, heartwarming results. If you or someone you know would like to contribute to this program, increasing its potential, please contact our office at email@example.com or (772) 419-8778.
Jackie Robbins has moved from Seattle to Jensen Beach, on Hutchinson Island, FL. This is on the Atlantic Ocean in an area called the Treasure Coast.
Jackie has also recently graduated from the American Standards Board of Therapeutic Musicians Harp for Healing sponsored “Clinical Musician Certification Program. She is now playing as a CERTIFIED CLINICAL MUSICIAN (CCM) with her solo cello at the Intensive Care Unit at St. Lucie Medical Center in Florida. Jackie plays for patients, as well as for their family members and the healthcare staff.
The Treasure Coast Hospice Care patients are also the recipients of her healing music efforts.
She hopes to offer this service privately and to healthcare facilities, including the Palm Beach County Hospice now that she is a CCM.
Cellist Jackie Robbins has relocated to Jensen Beach, Florida. Now residing in Jensen Beach, on the East Coast of Florida, Jackie is offering a wide variety of musical services. She is available for free-lance work ranging from classical to pop, and recordings with or without written parts. Jackie also coaches bass and cello sectionals for youth and community orchestras in preparation for concerts.
Jensen Beach, FL 34957
206-948-7646 (cell) or 772-229-9113 (phone/fax)
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (email)
“2013 Winner of LIVESTRONG FOUNDATION
Cancer Community Outreach Grant”
Seattle Choral Company
Back-up cellist in concert performance or recording with artists such as:
Bonnie Raitt, Dave Matthews, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Judy Collins, Jackson Brown, Tony Bennett, Cris Williamson, John Pizzarelli, Mannheim Steamroller, & Lee Oskar
Adjunct Cello Instructor/Performer 1987-2013