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Ling Cheun Bianca Lee, 李靈津

Antioch University Seattle

Bianca is an artist, advocate, Board-Certified Registered Art Therapist, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (IL), and Licensed Mental Health Counselor (WA). They joined Antioch University in 2022. Within the 10+ years of practicing in the mental health field in multiple cities across the globe, Bianca experienced working with outpatient, intellectually and developmentally disabled, LGBTQ, older adults, natural disasters recovery, immigrants, and the bereaved. They also actively collaborate with community and global organizations to develop projects to increase access to therapeutic arts. Bianca maintains a transnational private practice between Hong Kong and the United States. They utilize the multicultural-relational, trauma-informed, and strength-based approaches when collaborating with clients and communities. Their research interests include decolonial, liberatory, and critically conscious global practices in art therapy. Prior to joining Antioch University, they were the former president of the Hong Kong Association of Art Therapists (2017-2021), Honorary Lecturer at the University of Hong Kong, Lecturer at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and Adjunct Faculty at Lewis and Clark College.

Educational History

  • MAAT, Master of Art in Art Therapy, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
  • BFA, Bachelor of Fine Arts, photography and mixed media, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

  • Lee, L.C.B., (2022). Shifting Ethics of Care in Hong Kong. Arts in Psychotherapy. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aip.2022.101916
  • Lee, L.C.B., (2021). 藝術治療之落葉歸根. In Hong Kong Association of Art Therapists’, 藝療藝瞭: 香港藝術治療的發展與實務 (pp 24-38). Hong Kong SAR: Dream Publishing.
  • Lee, L.C.B., (2021). Home-based Art Therapy in Hong Kong. Creative Arts in Education and Therapy (CAET), Pages 200-207. Retrieved from https://caet.inspirees.com/caetojsjournals/index.php/caet/article/view/259
  • Lee, L.C.B., & Au, R.W.Y. (2019) Mediating the Cultural Boundaries: Rise of the Lion Rock Spirit in Hong Kong Women. In Hogan, S (Ed.), Gender and difference in the arts therapies: Inscribed on the body (pp. 84 – 98). Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.

Teaching Faculty,

Art Therapy/ Clinical Mental Health Counseling

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