[click "Play" to hear Susan's conversation with Dr. Paul Hokemeyer]
Dr. Hokemeyer is a nationally recognized expert on Eastern philosophies, relationships, and emotional healing. A Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, he holds a PhD in psychology, as well as a doctorate in the law. A part-time Telluride resident, Dr. Hokemeyer is based in the New York City office of the Caron Treatment Centers. He is also a weekly contributor to “The Dr. Oz Show,” CNN’s “Headline News,” and other media outlets, including “Good Morning America,” “truTV,” and “Oprah Radio.”
For three seasons, Dr. Hokemeyer hosted a show television on Plum TV: “Biography of a Hamptons House.” Through this program, he explored the emotional connection we have to our homes and the ways we are impacted by the natural and built world around us. Dr. Hokemeyer currently hosts and produces a series of author interviews for Open Road Integrated Media dealing with the intersection of Eastern philosophies and psychology.
Dr. Hokemeyer serves of the Board of Directors of the New York Division of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists and Aevidum, a student run suicide prevention program. He also worked in executive roles for The Sierra Club and Greenpeace International.
Topics Dr. Hokemeyer plans to explore on Telluride Inside… and Out include everything from narcissism to why meditate – and whatever questions you send our way.
To learn more, click the “play” button and listen to Dr. Paul Hokemeyer talk about his life and work.