Here is a list of partners that Solace Art Psychotherapy has worked with and was supported by in the past and present. We would like to sincerely thank our partners for giving us opportunities to make art therapy more accessible to all in their own amazing ways.



The Singapore Centre for Social Enterprise (raiSE) was set up in 2015 to develop the social enterprise sector in Singapore and hopes to bring together the larger community of social enterprises, aspiring social entrepreneurs, supportive organisations and individuals through our various programmes, initiatives and events to help build a vibrant social enterprise sector. Through our work within our social enterprise family and our growing networks, our goal is for the local social enterprise sector to be an active part of a more caring and inclusive society in Singapore.



Hope for Tomorrow was started by Kaiying, a clinical psychologist in Singapore, with the belief that everyone deserves quality and affordable psychological services. We thus provide a range of psychology services that are individualised to meet your needs. This includes: assessments (e.g. IQ, ADHD, Autism, learning disability), and counselling / therapy (e.g. depression, anxiety, stress, conduct problems). In particular, we provide intervention to help with emotional and behavioural problems for children and adults.


PMT is a music therapy practice dedicated to helping individuals better understand and manage their own challenges through developing effective coping skills. Our qualified and trained music therapists do offer a multimodal approach that combines traditional verbal psychotherapy techniques with mindfulness tools & creative arts experiences.



CARA is a lifestyle and community digital platform that provides easy access for persons living with dementia and caregivers to connect to an ecosystem of solutions via a mobile application.

CARA serves as a key touchpoint for members, providing personalised support across the journey of living with and caring for dementia, empowering them to lead meaningful and purposeful lives. CARA stands for Community, Assurance, Rewards, and Acceptance.

CARA is an initiative by Dementia Singapore (formerly known as Alzheimer’s Disease Association).