TOBEY CROCKETT PHD

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Tobey Crockett PhD

I am an artist, writer, teacher and activist.

I act as a mentor to guide people who seek a breakthrough in their lives.

I have mentored hundreds of individuals through crisis, opportunity and reinvention, and I have a unique combination of intuition, pragmatism, honesty and tenderness to assist those who seek support, encouragement and fresh insight on their journey.

Sometimes I work with clients in pragmatic business ways, and sometimes I guide them to shape and edit a manuscript, but more and more often I use a variety of tools to mentor people to reach their desired goals in life.
 
You can work with a me a few ways:

  • I teach workshops on empowerment and wisdom. See Tobey Teaches and my scholarship options
  • I lead an intimate study group in a chapel, the Morro Bay Metaphysicians. See topics for Fall 2017 
  • I lead a new Moon Circle that meets longdistance, twice a month on Mondays near the new and full moon 
  • I offer limited private sessions for those who seek mentoring and/or help with writing
  • I provide copywriting/editing services for business projects.  
  • Find daily uplifting news stories at my Facebook group Yes To Positive Social Change Now
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My rates and testimonials.








Art News

I had a one person painting exhibition in the month of August at Bru in Atascadero. You can see the trailer I created above - I used vintage and public domain footage and found a great surf track to accompany the images of my paintings and the sort of people and places that inspire these surf pictures of mine. I hope to do more in the future and would love to include more paintings that speak to the history of surf culture and its origins.

Read the press release here. Read more about the video here.

I am scheduled for another show at Bru in October 2018.



Publishing News

I recently won first place for my poem “Venus On The Half Shell” in the Morro Bay National Estuary Poetry competition. (Scroll down a ways)

I have a short story, "Hard Candy, Soft Centers," published in the new anthology The Forsaken, edited by Onspaugh and Joe McKinney, from publisher Cemetery Dance. 

My student Supriti Sisquoc Anwa recently passed away but we have been able to publish her moving memoir, Names and Voices -- A Life Reclaimed under the aegis of High Tide, a subdivision of our new Dark Ride Media venture.