Ian Stefanuk, MD, FRCPC, is a psychiatrist specializing in both hospital and clinic settings. He completed his education at the University of Alberta, earning a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with Distinction in 2014, a Doctor of Medicine in 2018, and completing his psychiatry residency in 2023. Dr. Stefanuk is certified in Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) by the International Society for ECT and Neurostimulation (ISEN) and has received certifications in other cutting-edge modalities of interventional psychiatry. Over the years, he has been honoured with numerous awards and scholarships for leadership, volunteerism, and academic achievements.

At The Newly Institute, Dr. Stefanuk serves as a consultant psychiatrist, providing initial consultations, treatment, and follow-up care for clients throughout their treatment course. Having initially worked with The Newly Institute as a resident in 2022, he continues to contribute to the development and delivery of medically-managed intensive outpatient programs that treat a variety of mental health conditions.

In the hospital setting, Dr. Stefanuk focuses on inpatient, consultation-liaison, and emergency psychiatry at South Health Campus, a teaching site affiliated with the University of Calgary. His hospital work primarily involves patients with severe mental illness (SMI), and as a Clinical Lecturer in the Department of Psychiatry, he teaches medical students and residents in psychiatric assessment and management.

Beyond his clinical responsibilities, Dr. Stefanuk enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking and snowboarding, and frequently explores different cultures and cuisines.