Dr Paul Hokemeyer
Family Mental Health and Wellbeing
Dr. Paul Hokemeyer is one of the world’s foremost experts on resolving the complex, sensitive and nuanced behavioural health issues that arise among prominent families. A licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT), he is currently a fellow in the Global Leaders in Healthcare program at Harvard Medical School and studied the use of digital technologies to address our mental health pandemic at the Yale School of Management. He holds a Ph.D. in psychology, a doctorate in law (J.D.), an M.A. in clinical psychology with a focus on family dynamics and a B.A in economics.
Dr. Hokemeyer’s research has been utilised by The World Economic Forum, The New York Times, Campden Wealth, Entrepreneur Middle East, The Journal of Wealth Management, Middle East Business Magazine and News, The Wall Street Journal and many other international publications. His book, Fragile Power: Why Having Everything is Never Enough (Hazelden, 2019) set the benchmark for the provision of culturally competent and innovative mental health care for individuals and families who’s well-being requires heightened levels of discretion, service and sophistication; and his expertise in the field of mental health has earned him a place as one of the world’s top “Problem Solvers” in Tatler’s High Net Worth Address Book.
Dr. Hokemeyer is passionate about mental health innovation and environmental stewardship. He has worked in the realm of philanthropy for Greenpeace International in Amsterdam and uses his influence and resources to provide direct mental health services to underserved communities around the world.