About Painting Your Soul
Painting Your Soul is the creation of Karen Hanlon, CLC, CPC, CATP. A former educator certified in elementary education and gifted studies, Karen knew that art, specifically painting had a profound effect on her students, helping to calm, engage and build their self-esteem. Karen took this knowledge and applied it to a turbulent time in her life, which led to the creation of the Soul Care™ program. Karen found peace, healing, learning, and enjoyment at a time when none of that felt possible.
Knowing many people deal with these same challenges in both their business and personal lives, Karen took her knowledge and developed an impactful step-by-step experience to help people heal and connect with their inner selves through art, meditation, journaling, and more. Karen designed Soul Care™ for people without any artistic experience, with its benefits found in the therapeutic process, not the finished art.
Take a Creative Journey to Find Yourself
Soul Care™” will guide you on a step-by-step journey, allowing you to disconnect from the world and tap into your creative side and imagination, temporarily pushing aside all worries. The process starts with setting up your painting space, using essential oils, journaling, affirmations, listening to a guided meditation, and then painting. Soul Care™ will allow you to experience self-reflection, self-love, healing, and peacefulness.
A Personalized Self-Care Experience for Evervone
The beauty of Soul Care*™ is its adaptability to different settings and how it uniquely impacts each user, providing the insight and healing every person needs for the stage of life they’re in right now.
Try Soul Care™ Today
I encourage you to try Soul Care™’ for yourself and experience all it has to offer.
You will be pleased with how it brings calmness, creativity, and a new sense of hope into your life.
Karen Hanlon, CLC, CPC, CATP
Karen Hanlon is a Certified Art Therapy Practitioner whose transformative Soul Care™ program enriches the lives of women and men. Her expertise extends to a wide range of individuals, including those navigating mental health challenges or seeking support in their journey toward recovery. Karen’s impactful work has left its mark on counseling and recovery organizations nationwide, including The Costello Center in St. Petersburg, Florida, and the Cirque Lodge Luxury Rehab Center in Orem, Utah.
A proud alumna of Florida Southern College, Karen’s commitment extends beyond her profession. Her involvement spans numerous community charities, including her dedicated fundraising efforts for UPARC—supporting those with intellectual and developmental disabilities—the compassionate contributions to The Salvation Army’s Sallie House for abused and neglected children; steadfast support for The Morton Plant Mease family of hospitals; and dedication to Grandma’s House of Hope, a sanctuary for economically and physically vulnerable individuals.
During her time in California, Karen orchestrated enlightening Soul Care™ workshops for care and recovery groups at Mariner’s Church in Newport Beach. An accomplished abstract artist herself, Karen was invited to work out of the Laguna Art Gallery in Laguna Beach, where she was spotlighted in Joli Magazine. Her role as an educator and workshop facilitator across the country underscores the transformative power of creative arts in facilitating self-awareness and personal growth, resonating with individuals of all ages and stages of life.
Karen’s journey is complemented by the joy of motherhood, raising a son and a daughter. Currently residing in Belleair Beach, Florida, Karen continues to radiate positive change through her art therapy practice, leaving an indelible mark on those she touches.