MONEY MATTERS with Christopher Hensley
If you won the lottery or inherited a large sum of money would all your problems be solved or would you lose your mind? Unfortunately, for many a large windfall of money can become a trigger event for poor and destructive behaviors. 

Today we were joined by Dr. Paul Hokemeyer, author of the new book ,Tales from a Park Avenue Therapist. We discussed Sudden Wealth Syndrome and what happens when a person comes into wealth through a host of immediate sources including the sale of a business, a lottery winning or inheritance and has to incorporate that reality into their identity. 

Paul L. Hokemeyer, J.D., Ph.D., a licensed marriage and family therapist and attorney, is an internationally recognized expert on the psychological and emotional issues that arise among people of wealth, power,
and celebrity. He contributes regularly to a variety of major media outlets as an on-air expert, and is a member of the Dr. Oz Show Panel of Experts and a FOX News Analyst. He has also appeared on Good Morning America, The Today Show, CNN’s Prime News, The Wall Street Journal Live, CNBC, and Al Jazeera America. As a highly sought-after expert, Dr. Hokemeyer is quoted regularly in print and online media, including The New York
Times, The Wall Street Journal,The Robb Report, Time, The Johns Hopkins Newsletter,, Private Wealth, The Washington Post, WebMD, The Los Angeles Times, Details, Men’s Health, Cosmopolitan, Self, Yahoo Shine,Yahoo Parenting,,, and Huffington Post. His own research on wealth,
power, and celebrity has been published in Lambert Academic Press, The Journal of Wealth Management, Addiction Professional, and Family Therapy Magazine. 

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