Dr. Paul Hokemeyer is a licensed marriage and family therapist, the founding principal of Drayson Mews and author of Fragile Power: Why Having Everything is Never Enough (Hazelden, 2019), the seminal resource for ultra high net worth (UHNW) individuals, couples and families seeking culturally respectful and clinically effective mental health services.


In addition, Dr. Paul serves as a Senior Expert on issues related to mental and relational health to Ispahani Advisory, a London based consulting firm, an ambassador to the Global Wellness Institute and is on the board of editors of Middle East Business News and Magazine, a leading resource for global, multi-jurisdictional family businesses and entrepreneurs based in Palestine.


Prior to graduating from the Harvard Medical School’s Global Leaders in Healthcare program, Dr. Paul explored the use of digital technologies to improve the delivery of behavioral health services to disenfranchised global communities at the Yale School of Management.


Dr. Paul’s research in the realm of UHNW identity and mental health has been peer reviewed and published by the Journal of Wealth Management, the International Family Offices JournalGlobe Law and Business, and Lambert Academic Press. He and his work have been featured in a wide variety of international media outlets including The World Economic ForumThe New York TimesThe Wall Street Journal, the Washington PostJohns Hopkins Newsletter, WebMD, Psych Central, Harvard Business Review ArabiaCNN, and The Guardian. For the past several years, Dr. Paul has been named one of the World’s Top Problem Solvers by Conde Nast’s Tatler.  He created Mental Health GPS (c) to provide straightforward guidance on the wide range of mental and relational health issues that impact our individual and relational well-being.


When not traveling internationally, Dr. Paul lives in the historic section of Telluride, Colorado. He spends his spare time communing with Mother Nature from a camping van, practicing headstands on a yoga mat, reading and writing nonfiction, improving his tennis game on clay courts and singing along with the Indigo Girls, loudly.


He is available for consultations with individuals, couples, families, family enterprises and businesses around the world through encrypted telehealth platforms.