[Self-Study] AI Imageries in Art Therapy: Exploring the Intersection of Ethics, Expression, and Equity

The field of arts and health stands at a crossroads, torn between embracing generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) applications as an innovative tool for self-expression and preserving traditional human creative practices. This presentation will introduce GenAI image-producing tools within art therapy’s ethical and therapeutic framework, offering preliminary guidelines for their application.

Nancy Choe

Nancy Choe (PhD, LMFT, ATR-BC) has a special interest in employing an interdisciplinary approach to promote holistic and creativity-driven wellness. Her research endeavors in art therapy have centered on digital media and technology, narrative medicine, the expressive therapies continuum (ETC), and post-traumatic creativity. Based in Los Angeles, Nancy maintains a private practice, teaches art therapy graduate courses, and conducts exploratory arts-based research.


Sze-Chin Lee (MAAT, AThS, LPC) is an art therapist, art educator and artist. He has worked across diverse art therapy settings, specializing in healthcare consulting for art therapy, and arts and health related programming. Sze-Chin has a keen interest in socially engaged art practices that involve communities in collaborative interactions. He believes that a thriving arts and health ecosystem requires the collaboration of numerous contributors and stakeholders to maximize the arts’ full potential to enhance people’s lives in creative, practical and meaningful ways.


Open to view video.
Open to view video.
5 Questions  |  1 attempt  |  0/5 points to pass
5 Questions  |  1 attempt  |  0/5 points to pass
1.00 CE Hour(s) credit  |  Certificate available
1.00 CE Hour(s) credit  |  Certificate available