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Leaving law to become an intimacy coach

Emily Hickman has always had, as she says, a “deep care” for humanity and strongly desires to contribute positively to the world around her. As a lawyer turned intimacy and sexuality coach, she is determined to help others better connect with themselves and the world around them, which will  among other things  help them be better at their jobs.

user iconRobyn Tongol 30 December 2022 Podcast
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On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, host Jerome Doraisamy speaks with lawyer-turned-intimacy-and-sexuality-coach Emily Hickman about how and why she entered the legal profession, her desire to do good in the world, the ups and downs she has experienced in changing vocational direction, and the path that led her to upskilling as a coach for intimacy and sexuality.

Ms Hickman also outlines the parallels between her former career in law and the work she now does, what an intimacy coaching relationship looks like, creating connections where people actually feel seen, whether lawyers will be more willing to be open about the various forms of intimacy in the future, why it is so important for such professionals to be open-minded to as to better serve clients, and how individuals grow when they venture into the unknown.



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