Therapist · Master's (University of Toronto, 1996)
Psychotherapy Provider (Registered Social Worker)
Accepting new clients
Staci Weingust has an undergraduate degree in Honours Psychology and a Masters Degree in Social Work. She has over 25 years of experience in the field of Healthcare, with extensive experience working with clients with mental health issues, addiction issues, and court-related issues. During this time, she has worked with individuals of varying ages, couples, families and groups. She sees people with a varied range of issues including mood disorders (depression, anxiety, bipolar), trauma, borderline personality, issues of psychosis, phobias, obsessive compulsive behaviours, eating disorders, dual diagnosis, conduct disorder, anger issues and behavioural concerns.
Primary Practice Location
57 Edith Drive
Toronto, Ontario M4R 1Z1
Phone: (416) 986-6301
Extended office hours: evenings
Years of Experience
Honors Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology
Advanced Diploma in Social Service Administration
Registered with the Ontario College of Social Work
Member of the Ontario Association of Social Workers
Markoulakis, R., Weingust, S., Foot, J. & Levitt, A. (2016) The Family
Navigation Project: An Innovation in Working with Families to
Match Mental Health Services with their Youth’s Needs, Canadian
Journal of Community Mental Health, (35) 1, pp. 63-66.
Fishman, K.N., Levitt, A.J., Markoulakis, R. & Weingust, S. (2017)
Satisfaction with Mental Health Navigation Services: Piloting an
Evaluation with a New Scale, Community Mental Health Journal. (Published on-line Nov. 16, 2017)
Markoulakis, R., Turner, M., Wicik, K., Weingust, S., Dobbin, K. &
Levitt, A. (2017) Exploring Peer Support Needs of Caregivers for
Youth with Mental Illness or Addictions Concerns in Family
Navigation Services, Community Mental Health Journal.
(Published on-line Nov. 16, 2017) https://doi.org/10.1007/s10597-017-0191-y
Bowles, K., Markoulakis, R., Weingust, S. & Levitt, A (2020). Family and
Youth Mental Health Needs and Outcomes in a Navigation Service:
A Retrospective Chart Review, Journal of the Canadian Academy of
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 29 (4): 218-228.
Markoulakis, R., Bowles, K., Chan, S., Weingust, S., Dobbin, K. & Levitt, A.
(2021) Changes in Perception of Caregiving Experience Following
Caregiver Peer Support Within a Mental Health & Addictions
Navigation Service, Community Mental Health Journal. (Published on-line
August 7, 2021). http://doi.org/10.1007/s10597-021-00879-6