Many of our clients tried finding help in treatment centers and in the offices of outpatient therapists but they have not gotten the results they were looking for in their lives. As someone who struggled with an eating disorder personally, I understand the necessary components it takes to be successful in overcoming obstacles such as addictions, eating disorders, behavioral issues, depression, anxiety, and many other obstacles which prevent you from being happy. If you’re ready to try a customized, unique approach which is tailored to your needs, We’re ready to help you!
We specialize in working with adolescents and adults who struggle with eating disorders, addictions, and behavioral issues. In order to help our clients be successful, we provide in-home counseling services and also work with trained coaches who can provide clients with extra support up to 24 hours a day.
We provide intervention services, in-home counseling, recovery coaching for addictions and eating disorders, sober transportation services, and in-home coaching anywhere from 1 hour a week up to 24 hours a day. Addictions, eating disorders, and other mental health concerns don’t have office hours and neither do we.
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License No. and State: 73438 Texas
Amanda Koplin, LPC is a mental health counselor who focuses on creating unique solutions intended on bridging the gaps in mental health care. Amanda attended the University of Oregon where she got her undergraduate degree in psychology and women and gender studies and also obtained a certificate from the substance abuse prevention program. She went on to graduate from Yeshiva University’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine where she received her Master’s in Mental Health Counseling.
Amanda began her career in the mental health field at the age of 13 where she volunteered at a battered women’s and children’s shelter. She continued gaining experience by volunteering anywhere she could and eventually started interning on acute psychiatric units, in eating disorder residential treatment centers, research labs, answering crisis lines, and running groups for parents and teens. Her first official job out of graduate school was providing in-home counseling for kids charged with felonies in supreme court in New York City.
After becoming fully licensed, Amanda started her first business, Sigma Mental Health Urgent Care, in San Antonio and sold it in 2016 to start Be A Hero. She recently authored a book, #MoreThanMyDisorder, and speaks to school nurses, counselors, and other professionals on a regular basis about signs and symptoms of eating disorders and provides them with ways to help the individual who is struggling. On top of running Be A Hero, she also runs a part time private practice where she works with adolescents, most of whom struggle with substance use and/ or eating disorders.