Paul Hokemeyer, JD, PhD is a licensed marriage and family therapist and founding principal of Drayson Mews International, a mental health collective focused on the well-being of ultra-high net worth and celebrity families.
He is the author of Fragile Power: Why Having Everything Is Never Enough. Lessons from Treating the Wealthy and Famous, the seminal resource for ultra-high net worth, celebrity and high-performance individuals and families looking for culturally competent and clinically excellent mental health and relational services.
Hokemeyer is listed as one of the world’s top problem solvers in Tatler’s High Net Worth Address book. During the pandemic, he studied the use of digital technologies to enhance the delivery of mental health and addiction treatment services at the Yale School of Management and was invited to join the first cohort of Global Leaders in Healthcare program at Harvard Medical School.
Over the last 20 months, family businesses have experienced unprecedented levels of disruption caused by outside forces. Certainly, Covid-19 has been the leading cause of this turmoil, but a confluence of economic, geopolitical and environmental threats has also caused savvy families to galvanise around resource preservation and the enhancement of family cohesion and reputation.
Parents of all social classes want their children to be happy and safe, to find a path that nurtures and supports them as they find a meaningful place in the world. In families where there are substantial financial resources, these expectations tend to mirror a distinct set of cultural norms.
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