logo

Last Update

This profile was last updated on 12/5/2016 and contains contributions from the  Zoominfo Community.

is this you? Claim your profile.

Wrong Casey Morley?

Casey Morley

Owner, Operator

Casey's Image Consultants

Email: c***@***.com

GET ZOOMINFO GROW

+ Get 10 Free Contacts a Month

Please agree to the terms and conditions.

I agree to the  Terms of Service and  Privacy Policy. I understand that I will receive a subscription to ZoomInfo Grow at no charge in exchange for downloading and installing the ZoomInfo Contact Contributor utility which, among other features, involves sharing my business contacts as well as headers and signature blocks from emails that I receive.

THANK YOU FOR DOWNLOADING!

computers
  • 1.Download
    ZoomInfo Grow
    v sign
  • 2.Run Installation
    Wizard
  • 3.Check your inbox to
    Sign in to ZoomInfo Grow

I agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. I understand that I will receive a subscription to ZoomInfo Community Edition at no charge in exchange for downloading and installing the ZoomInfo Contact Contributor utility which, among other features, involves sharing my business contacts as well as headers and signature blocks from emails that I receive.

Background Information

Employment History

Manager

Ana Maria College


Affiliations

Professional Beauty Association

Member


Web References(83 Total References)


Local Author Speaks Out Against Domestic Violence by Brittany Knowles »

caseymorley.com [cached]

Check out Casey on WFSB Channel 3!! »
Casey shared with me that it has been seven years since she first sat down at her kitchen table with her legal pad Casey Morley and pen. She had many sleepless nights back then. Little did she know this was going to become the longest journal she had ever written evolving into Casey Morley's soon-to-be-published book "Crawling Out". Her mission is to educate, raise awareness and unmask the secrecy of domestic violence. Throughout her heartfelt journey of writing her book, she has healed emotionally. "I have learned not to hold onto any anger, no longer carry anyone else's guilt or shame, and to forgive," Morley said. Morley has spoken at Southington's 45th Apple Harvest Festival, Southington Chamber of Commerce meetings, Southington Staples, Meriden YMCA, and in her salon, Casey's Image Consultants. When she speaks about the content of her book, often her clients begin to share their own horrific story. "At times tears start falling almost from the first word," Morley said. "I hope from sharing my story, I will give hope to people so that they too have the strength and courage to begin their journey of crawling out." During her journey, her son Michael has been a huge supporter. When talking about her son Michael, image Casey said with a smile, "My son is a fine, upstanding young man, finishing his third year of college, majoring in criminal justice. Nancy now describes Morley as her "closest friend". Morley is a true example of a strong, independent woman, who wants to reach out and make a change. Morley is affiliated with the Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence (CCADV) and a member of the Professional Beauty Association, which has their own campaign against domestic violence titled, 'Cut It Out'. Morley raised $687.00 for domestic abuse which was distributed between the above two agencies and Prudence Crandall, Southington's safe haven. To build her author platform, Morley has developed a website. On her site she shares personal stories. "I hope my website will offer a discrete avenue of help for victims of domestic violence. I hope my personal stories are a gentle nudge to awareness," Morley said. To pre-order a copy of her book, "Crawling Out" email casey@caseymorley.com or call her salon, Casey's Image Consultants, 860-628-8857. For more information about Morley or domestic violence awareness, visit her website www.caseymorley.com I've known Casey for the past 3 1/2 years and have become quite close and as her computer helper, I began to see her passion and her mission as she worked on her book, Crawling Out. I thought interviewing Casey would be a perfect example of a strong woman who is fighting for something important. By following Casey on her journey, I have learned the alarming statistics and real horror she endured. I want to share her story and encourage others to be aware and know that there is a way out. I was so excited to hand in this assignment to help Casey on her mission to educate. As Casey says, "everyone knows someone who is being abused. She often adds "how does someone get out of something they don't know they're in." I am honored to be a guest blogger on her eye opening, informative, moving website."


Journey from Abuse to Advocacy »

caseymorley.com [cached]

That statistic is too high for Casey Morley, a survivor who is speaking out to raise domestic violence awareness.
Morley, a Southington resident, is the author of newly published 'Crawling Out: One Woman's Journey to an Empowered Life after Breaking a Cycle of Abuse No One Should Endure,' a personal accountof childhood abuse she experienced and her subsequent journey to overcome its effects. Morley spent decades sorting out emotions associated with abuse. Shutting the pain down was an initial reaction that ultimately didn't work, "If as a child bad things happen to you, the meaning of right and wrong becomes overwhelming confusing. Early strategies gave way to confronting her pain as she grew into a young woman and behaviors in relationships mirrored negativity. 'Crawling Out' offers the reader an insider look at what happens when a victim grows up in a dysfunctional environment and attempts to live with the secret of abuse and its cousin, shame. Morley emphasizes that living in denial allows a bad experience to keep its victim in a state of pain. On left Nancy Hooper, Editor, and Casey Morley share their collaboration with audience. As a single mother to 21-year old son and business owner of Casey's Image Consultants, Morley commits her time to helping others realize their best selves. These roles, that of a protective mother, hair stylist and whole body coach, contribute to a Morley 's healthier world view. It is her own catharsis that motivates Morley's determination to raise awareness for domestic violence so that change in others can begin. Morley is her own best motivator as she campaigns for ending dysfunctional cycles with each conversation she encounters through her business and now through her authorship. 'Crawling Out' offers readers resources, but then contacting Morley is also welcome. Morley actively fundraises in her salon and donates proceeds to Salons Against Domestic Abuse, a program sponsored by the Professional Beauty Association. Morley is teaming up with Prudence Crandall Center, an organization that helps individuals achieve lives free of domestic violence by providing care, education, advocacy, and support throughout nine towns in Connecticut. Other like-minded organizations Morley aligns with are Bikers Against Child Abuse, and Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury. Additionally, Morley is in the planning stages of organizing a 'Walk A Mile In Her Shoes', (WAMIHS) event in Southington to raise money for victims. Her steadfast determination will be the driving force behind getting the event on the town calendar, after an initial bumpy start. "It takes a lot of energy to get traction even with good ideas," Morley said after realizing coordination to coincide WAMIHS with the upcoming Apple Festival required more time. Being vocal about abuse is necessary to getting the topic into mainstream conversation before talk turns to regrets. It is to that effort Morley attributes the publication of 'Crawling Out,' and her continued efforts to be involved in publicizing abuse issues so healing can begin. To know more contact http://caseymorley.com/ Casey Morley and Bikers Against Child Abuse join forces to combat domestic violence. Casey Morley and Bikers Against Child Abuse join forces to combat domestic violence.


I was in the Citizen Newspaper! »

caseymorley.com [cached]

The owner of Casey's Image Consultants in Southington, Cosmetologist Casey Morley has written a book that journalizes her courageous and tortuous battle of half a century to ultimate escape from her entrapment as a
img_0158 victim. "How does a child know that living in an abusive environment is not normal? Morley asks. Morley then had to face the challenge of independence, caring for her own needs while working, continuing her education and training as a certified cosmetologist, trying to improve her place in life. But in her adult years she was charmed by a man in a new relationship. The happiness was short-lived. His alcoholism, chronic unemployment and abject irresponsibility soon yielded to an unpredictable, unstable presence in Morley's life. Meanwhile, Morley was challenged by work, partnerships, landlords and ownership of a business while raising a child without assistance. Morley had deep faith and persisted in searching for answers with counselling ultimately leading to her getting the deceptions and violence of one man out of her life. However, her 'victimhood 'was to re-emerge in another relationship which was different but just as crippling to her emotionally and physically. Casey Morley is emerging on the scene as an advocate for the millions of children, women (and men) who are victims of the abuse of domestic violence and alcoholism. Morley may be reached at casey@caseymorley.com.


» Conversations with Casey

caseymorley.com [cached]

Post by: Casey Morley - "I have emerged ...
The owner of Casey's Image Consultants in Southington, Cosmetologist Casey Morley has written a book that journalizes her courageous and tortuous battle of half a century to ultimate escape from her entrapment as a img_0158 victim. "How does a child know that living in an abusive environment is not normal? Morley asks. Morley then had to face the challenge of independence, caring for her own needs while working, continuing her education and training as a certified cosmetologist, trying to improve her place in life. But in her adult years she was charmed by a man in a new relationship. The happiness was short-lived. His alcoholism, chronic unemployment and abject irresponsibility soon yielded to an unpredictable, unstable presence in Morley's life. Meanwhile, Morley was challenged by work, partnerships, landlords and ownership of a business while raising a child without assistance. Morley had deep faith and persisted in searching for answers with counselling ultimately leading to her getting the deceptions and violence of one man out of her life. However, her 'victimhood 'was to re-emerge in another relationship which was different but just as crippling to her emotionally and physically. Casey Morley is emerging on the scene as an advocate for the millions of children, women (and men) who are victims of the abuse of domestic violence and alcoholism. Morley may be reached at casey@caseymorley.com. Crawling Out, Casey Morley "Congratulations on writing and publishing your book!


My Offerings »

caseymorley.com [cached]

For over 20 years I have been the proud owner of Casey's Image Consultants, a salon located in downtown Southington, Connecticut.
I am also a Certified M'lis Wellness Consultant and offer M'lis Lifestyle Change Programs for detoxifying the body. Casey Morley CASEY'S 'THANK YOU' SPECIAL As my way of saying THANK YOU to my friends and clients for being so supportive, I'm offering $10 off an Ion Cleanse Footbath Regular Price $45 Celebration Price $35 Coupon Code: THANK YOU Schedule an Appointment TODAY! 860-628-8857 Detoxifying the world two feet at a time! Gift Certificates Available! ...


Similar Profiles

city

Browse ZoomInfo's Business
Contact Directory by City

city

Browse ZoomInfo's
Business People Directory

city

Browse ZoomInfo's
Advanced Company Directory