Writer. Speaker. Activist. 



Tony Caldwell is a Jungian psychoanalytic psychotherapist in private practice, a public theologian, educator, writer, speaker & activist living in Nashville, TN. 

Tony is host of the Voices of Wisdom podcast and a featured speaker and writer for Red Letter He has written for many publications and newspapers and his work has been featured on CNN. Tony has served as a mental health resource for the Evolving Faith Conference and is an annual contributor to The Wild Goose Festival and the Haden Institute.

Tony Caldwell is an adjunct Professor of Social Work at Trevecca Nazarene University and former lecturer at the University of Mississippi. He is a training candidate of the Memphis-Atlanta Jungian Seminar and the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts.

As a public speaker, human rights activist, project facilitator, town hall moderator, and workshop leader; Tony has partnered with The Human Rights Campaign, the W.W. Kellogg Foundation, The William Winter Institute For Racial Reconciliation, The Mississippi Racial Equity Community of Practice, the Sara Isom Center For Women and Gender Studies, the Southern Poverty Law Center, the Radical South Conference, The Levi Strauss Co., and the Toyota Corporation.

"Stay in the heart."

Tony and his colleague, Dr. Jandel Crutchfield, have enjoyed success in their grassroots Together Projects promoting interracial and interfaith dialogue around issues of intersectionality, privilege, police violence, and systemic racism across the state of Mississippi. Tony has presented at various other conferences, congregations, and universities across the U.S. He is currently leading The Underground Church, a reconciling faith community, in Oxford, Ms. Tony also enjoys spending time with the inmates on Tennessee's Death Row.

Tony loves writing and teaching about the intersection of theology, spirituality, depth psychology, and social justice.