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We were born to try. To see each other through. To know and love ourselves and others well is the most difficult and meaningful work we'll ever do.
- Ryan O'Neal
Taylor Millet

In-person (North Location), Telehealth

Adults, Couples, Teens, Youth

Offers in-person sessions Monday to Friday at our North Location

Taylor Millet, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Professional Profile

Taylor is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Master’s degree from the University of Utah, where he specialized in mental health. Taylor has supported people experiencing grief, depression, anxiety, trauma, difficult life transitions, and more. He is practical and empathetic in his approach, and borrows from many therapy methods including IFS, ACT, and EMDR.

In his personal life, Taylor enjoys hiking, music, and comedy. A recent transplant from Denver, Taylor is excited to explore Austin, especially the art/music scene and the rivers, springs, and other natural water.


Life Transitions
Substance Use


Aetna, Private Pay / Self Pay, Low Cost / Sliding Scale


You may be facing new challenges, looking for new ways of relating to your life and the people in it, or feeling confused, alone, and needing to explore new ways of being. Through your searching, you are already doing the work! Whatever it is that brings you to therapy, I’m honored to sit with you and be a companion as we explore your strengths, goals, and challenges.

How I Work

I work with individuals and couples who struggle with a variety of issues. I often find that at the core, much of what I support people in is strengthening self-awareness, self-confidence, and self-expression. I think we often make the most important progress when we’re in a creative and curious mindset, and I try to make therapy “serious fun”, with a light heart when appropriate. I borrow from IFS (Internal Family Systems), ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), EMDR, and other approaches. Most importantly, I strive to be real and present with you in the moment.

In our work together, we will explore your context and things that have happened or stories you have internalized that cause suffering. Some of these may be from long ago, and others may be more recent. Simultaneously, we will focus on the here and now and taking practical steps to be well now—identifying what matters to you and moving toward it. We will find our unique groove in navigating your life from all sides: past, present, and future.

I see therapy as a journey we take together; I am just like you. There is something powerful about being witnessed by another, with compassion and care, and putting words to things that we’ve never said to another person. I’ve experienced this power in my own life and hope to be a trust-worthy companion to you in your journey.

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I think we often make the most important progress when we’re in a creative and curious mindset, and I try to make therapy “serious fun”, with a light heart when appropriate. We will find our unique groove in navigating your life from all sides: past, present, and future.
Therapist Spotlight

What made you decide to become a counselor?

I always had an awareness of how complex it is to be human. In my early twenties, I was surprised I had learned so much from the education system, my family, and community, but that no one had taught me some things that I considered to be basic to my wellbeing, like naming my feelings, setting boundaries, and how to relate to my thoughts. I want to explore the basics of wellbeing with others, and offer help where I can.

If you could teach the world one skill or technique to improve their lives, what would it be?

You aren't your thoughts! You can decide how you relate to them! Learning this changed my life.

Have you personally been in counseling and if so, what did you learn about yourself?

Working with a counselor helped me identify beliefs and stories that I had internalized from others/their experiences that were causing me suffering; it's given me the skills to notice these beliefs and choose for myself whether I want them to be part of my life or not.

If you could recommend one book to all your clients, what would it be?

Set Boundaries, Find Peace by Nedra Tawwab

What inspires you to help others?

I'm fascinated by humans and curiosity drives me. I wouldn't be where I am without the help of others, and I hope I can provide that for others.

Who is your ideal client?

Someone who identifies closely with their thoughts and feels they don't have a lot of choice in their life. Seeing others break through these barriers is extremely rewarding to me.

How do you personally practice self-care?

The most recharging thing I do is spend time outside. I like to find a quiet place where I can have solitude and bask in the sun, watch the water, feel the wind. I love listening to music, eating well (enjoying it!), and making people laugh.

How do you relate to Mindfulness? How do you incorporate it in your sessions?

I consider mindfulness a fundamental part of my life--it's in and through all that I do. I like to take moments to take a step back and notice, whether that's through a more formal exercise of breathing or closing the eyes, or something less obvious, like a question or allowing silence.

If you are hosting a dinner party, who are the 3 people you would invite and why?

Rick Rubin - Music producer who I worship ;)

Harland Williams - One of my favorite comedians at the moment

Steve Irwin - "Crikey!"

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