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CreateCATT is run by pioneer creative arts therapist , occupational therapist and educator Caroline Essame. Supported by a mixed discipline of team of Advisers and Consultants from Asia and the UK.

Caroline Essame
Caroline Essame

Caroline Essame is the founder, owner and managing director of CreateCATT- Singapore and UK. She is a British occupational therapist and creative arts therapist, and has a Masters in education specialising in play based learning. She has worked for over 30 years in the field of creativity and human development, with experience in health and education in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, the UK and India. She pioneered South East Asia’s first Masters programme in art therapy, the first creative arts centre in Malaysia for children with autism, and she runs a clinical practice for children with special needs in Singapore. She is visiting creative arts and play consultant for Deepti special school in Kerala, India and an advisor for the Romanian Association for Play Therapy and Dramatherapy.  She is also a practising artist, mother of three and a seasoned international trainer.

Caroline Molloy picture
Caroline Molloy Clay

Caroline Molloy Clay– CreateCATT Consultant/Director UK is a occupational therapist with over 30 years’ experience in disability, welfare, health, education and management.  She has worked as a senior manager and has won a leadership award for innovative practice within health and social care. She works with children with extreme challenges in the UK, is a trained neuro-linguistic practitioner and sensory processing specialist. Caroline is a personal development coach, a mentor for best practices in health and welfare services, and Chair of the Candle for India Charitable Trust which supports special needs services in India.

Suvi Pitkola, Director
Dr Suvi Pitkola

Suvi Pitkola is a Finnish occupational therapist and music therapist based in Singapore. She is director of Mighty Oaks Pre-School, the first Floortime school to be registered in Asia, and co-director of Kaleidoscope Therapy Centre. She has a Masters in counselling, an Advanced Level Certificate in DIR Floortime, and has a PhD on sound therapy and autism. Suvi and Caroline have worked together for the past 14 years, developing the first creative arts therapy network in Singapore in 2002, launching the Art Therapy Masters in 2004, and Malaysia’s first creative arts centre for children with autism in 2013.