Dr. Clayton Hoi-Yun McClintock


Cambridge Family Enterprise Group

Dr. Clayton Hoi-Yun McClintock is an advisor at Cambridge Advisors to Family Enterprise, a highly specialized global advisory firm serving family enterprises. Cambridge Advisors and Cambridge Institute for Family Enterprise, an education and research institute, are divisions of Cambridge Family Enterprise Group, a global organization founded in 1989. It is devoted to helping families and ownership groups navigate the new economy and achieve multigenerational success for their families, enterprises, and financial wealth.

Dr. McClintock advises family-owned enterprises on the strategies for the successful continuity of their enterprises. As a psychologist, group facilitator, and researcher, he guides individual and group clients to clarify values and intentions, foster deeper cohesion and connections, unlock repeating patterns, manage and repair conflicts, and support development and growth. He brings scientifically supported principles and practices into this work, which include building safety and group coherence, cultivating conversational intelligence, outlining principles of boundaries, guiding mindfulness in relational settings, elevating awareness of generational patterns, and regulating and integrating chronic stress patterns.

Prior to joining CFEG, Dr. McClintock facilitated groups and individuals in academic and clinical settings including Harvard Medical School, Columbia University, and the San Francisco VA Medical Center. Additionally, he has conducted psychological and neuroscience research studies on mindfulness, spirituality, and stress resilience. He has also given talks and workshops in corporations including Cisco and HSBC and non-profit organizations like Ascend Global Leaders.

Dr. McClintock graduated with an AB in English at Dartmouth College, received an MTS in religion and the social sciences at Harvard Divinity School, and completed a PhD in clinical psychology at Columbia University. At the San Francisco VA Health Care System and the University of California, San Francisco, he served as a clinical and research postdoctoral fellow.

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