be who you are destined to be

- R O B I N

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Making | Processing | Becoming


From pit to palace clothed in the remnants of her dignity. In this film, Robin shares her journey of broken promises and discovering identity while living in the land of rejection.

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The Table


Change is a Choice


A short film about the injustices I felt while living in Simcoe County, Ontario and what I discovered when I ended up with a seat at the table to be a voice for the voiceless.


This film promotes discussion on how the choices we make today impact our tomorrow.

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Let's Talk Power of Words and Safety


Our words have the power to speak life or death,

so why not choose life?

In this episode let's talk about the power of our words and one of the ways to create safety within our environment.

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Welcome to Real Talk Podcast with R O B I N a space where we simply keep things real. Follow for laughter, healing, sharing and probably some tears...but hey that’s what happens when we keep things real!


Available to listen on all platforms!


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Hope Is Here


A collection of songs to uplift and remind you that hope is here for you.


Available to listen on YouTube and Spotify

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Also available:

Positive Vibes Only - strictly positive, strictly vibes

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" Your name speaks for itself in that, a robin is the first thing one looks for in the springtime- bringing with it an expectation of good things to come.

Thank you so much for sharing your story. "

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"day by day

step by step

things will get better"

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ROBIN is no stranger to the ongoing conversations involving Mental Health. Her love and passion for her hometown Durham Region continue to be the center of her community and advocacy work across communities and nations.


What initially began as a teenager has continued into adulthood. As a Mental Health Educator and Public Speaker, Robin has consulted for the Ontario Ministry of Child and Youth Services and has spoken words of hope to thousands of individuals, majority youth, across the nation.


As a Child and Youth Care Practitioner by profession, her focus is within the community counselling and supporting youth with various Mental Health challenges.


Her viewpoints have been shared across Canadian media and news outlet platforms and she was appointed to the National Youth Advisory Council for CAMH where she assisted with coordinating campaigns and resources for the province of Ontario. In addition to being a previous consultant for the Ministry of Children and Youth Services in Ontario which resulted in the creation of the province wide resource "Stepping Stone."


In the year of 2015, conscious clothing line "Wear Your Label" in partnership with Joe Fresh featured Robin in their nationwide campaign. Afterwards, she was featured in Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences 5in5 campaign and became a contributor for the hospital's social media home "Mind Vine." Her connection with the hospital continued and in 2016 she developed and lead a 6-week faith-based peer support group called Lifestyle Devotions.


Robin Simpson has presented at the Canadian Educators Conference in Toronto, to hundreds of educators from across the nation.


​Her presence within local communities is equal within the church. Robin has served passionately within ministries for young adults. Primarily focusing on encouraging, supporting and providing knowledge on the purpose and no limits to prayer in addition to frequently hosting/organizing services and events.


She is the founder of Overflow Ministries, a community outreach initiative and Destined To Win, a Children and Youth Initiative


Today, Robin continues to pursue and display the heart of God in everything she does including her work within the Mental Health sector.


Her passion for youth, inclusion and education remain relentless.



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Overflow Ministries

Outreach Initiative

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Destined to Win

children and youth intiative

"Robin Simpson can be described in the following adjectives:

Considerate, Thoughtful, Sincere, Generous, Observant, Puts Other Needs Before Her Own and Proactive.


I have never met someone so unselfish in my life. Robin is humble and I can always approach her for anything,

even if I just need to talk to someone about something really bothering me."

B.M

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GLASS: mental health peer support group

GLASS is a 18+ monthly peer support group that invites those who share a common experience with mental health to gather, do life together, be accepted and receive peer led support in a stigma free environment.

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