SeungYeon Lee, Ed.D., ATR-BC, LCAT, has served as a board certified and licensed Creative Art Therapist since she received her Master’s degree in Art Therapy from New York University. Her teaching experiences focused on immigrant youngsters’ artistic engagements as learning tools for them to grow into thoughtful and engaged citizens living in a challenging environment. For those young immigrants, she developed a series of community after-school art therapy programs in New York City. In 2009, she received her Doctor of Education in Art Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. Dr. Lee’s research has involved the study of at-risk immigrant children and the role played by the visual arts in their efforts to form new identities; she has presented papers on the topic at national and international conferences. At New York University’s Langone Medical Center, Dr. Lee initiated a partnership with the Museum of Modern Art to facilitate art-appreciation groups for the psychiatric patients and their families and also launched a pilot project to teach digital photography to patients of the Rusk Rehabilitation Institute and managed several exhibitions in New York City. Currently she teaches at Art Therapy Program at Long Island University as assitant professor.