Dr. Paul Hokemeyer selected as one of the world’s top problem solver by Tatler Magazine

Dr. Paul Hokemeyer selected as one of the world’s top problem solver by Tatler Magazine

Dr. Paul Hokemeyer, or “Dr. Paul” as he is affectionately known by his clients, is one of the world’s foremost experts on resolving the complex, sensitive and nuanced issues that arise among prominent families. A believer in education as a lifelong process, Dr. Paul holds a Ph.D. in psychology, a doctorate in law, a M.A. in family dynamics. He studied the use of digital technologies to deliver mental health services at the Yale University School of Management and was most recently invited to join the first cohort of Global Leaders in Health Care program at Harvard Medical School.

Dr. Paul’s academic and clinical research has been utilised by The World Economic Forum, Campden Wealth, Entrepreneur Middle East, The Journal of Wealth Management, The New York Times, and many other international publications. His groundbreaking book, Fragile Power: Why Having Everything is Never Enough (Hazelden, 2019) has set the benchmark for effective care in the provision of mental health and addiction treatment services for individuals and families who’s well-being requires heightened levels of discretion, cultural sensitivity and clinical excellence.

Dr. Paul established Drayson Mews International in London to provide and implement strategic solutions that enable individuals and families navigate issues that stand in the way of their optimal functioning. These issues typically involve relational conflicts, next-generation transitions, the implementation of and adherence to family constitutions and values, post-marriage adjustment, pre-marriage planning, the integration of blended families, sexuality, co-parenting, professional and personal motivation, grief, loss, addiction treatment and other mental health needs.

Dr. Paul is passionate about mental health innovation, environmental stewardship and entrepreneurship. As a trustee of his family foundation, he has used his influence and resources to provide direct mental health services to communities in need and to address issues of environmental injustice.

Photography: (headshot) by Chloe Hardwick.

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