Emily Taylor-Ginger, LMSW, LCSW

Address: 1100 VICTORS WAY Suite 10, 48108, United States
Tel: 13176242801
Email: emily.taylor.msw@gmail.com
facebook www.pointofviewstory.com/ linkedin www.linkedin.com/in/emily-taylor-msw-lcsw/
Specialist areas of work and services:
  • Adolescent
  • Child
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Sexual abuse
  • Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Social anxiety phobia
  • Trauma
  • Domestic violence
  • Cognitive behaviour
  • Child abuse
  • Stockholm syndrome
  • Drug and alcohol dependence
  • Self harm/suicide
  • Gender
  • Sexual Health

Licensed Clinical Social Worker practicing as a therapist with special training in treatment for survivors of sex trafficking and exploitation.

Experience, Background and Services:
My work within the anti-trafficking field began in 2013 researching and providing community awareness. Since that time I have been involved in anti-trafficking efforts across multiple settings including community education, multi-disciplinary coalitions, research coding, case management, program development, and mental health therapy. I have worked clinically with survivors in adolescence through middle adulthood providing individual, group, and family therapy. Additionally, I have experience working in a medical setting covering assessment and resourcing for human trafficking patients. I am trained in the My Life My Choice prevention curriculum and received training by Rachel Lloyd from GEMS NY on the Victim, Survivor, Leader Model. In 2019 I spoke at the JuST Conference on the unique service needs for familial trafficking victims. I have also partnered with organizations working with the legal sex trade and worked with international anti-trafficking organizations in India and Greece. I am an Advocate Member of the Global Association of Human Trafficking Scholars, a member of the Mental Health Council with HEAL, and a member of the Michigan Abolitionist Project (MAP).

I tailor my healing-centered approach to each client based on their unique needs. I believe healing thrives within a safe and trusting therapeutic relationship. I draw from a variety of modalities including: TF-CBT, Motivational Interviewing, Strengths-Based Theory, Internal Family Systems, and somatic processing. Throughout the course of therapy I work alongside clients to identify effective tools that reduce suffering and increase life’s meaning and joy.