Meet The Team

We believe in providing compassionate care to our clients through a non-diet, weight Inclusive approach, utilizing the principles of Intuitive Eating and Health at Every Size ® (HAES).

Eva Haldis MS, RD, LDN

Director, Owner

Hi there! I’m Eva and I am so happy you are here!

I am a Registered Dietitian, who is passionate about helping people heal their relationship to food. 

Some fun facts about me: I’m a mom, I love to eat, I love working with people and I love to throw axes in a league (yep, you read that right!) Before I was able to live as my truest self (who gets to be a food loving, axe throwing mama to a toddler!) I was too consumed with food and dieting to ever have room to do anything else. It wasn’t until I healed my relationship to food that the world opened up around me.

It’s why I am so passionate about helping people stop dieting and start living!

I help women who are struggling with feeling out of control around eating and who have poor body image heal their relationship to food so they can be free from diets for good.

I believe in providing compassionate care to clients through a Weight Inclusive approach, utilizing the principles of Intuitive Eating and Health at Every Size ® (HAES).

*Eva’s schedule is currently full, and she is not accepting new clients at this time.*

Professional Bio & Credentials

Eva Haldis is a Registered Dietitian based in the general Philadelphia Area with expertise in Intuitive Eating, Disordered Eating and Body Image Healing. She is cofounder of The Reclaim Collective Nutrition & Therapy Center based in Horsham, PA. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science & Sociology from Temple University. Quickly realizing her love of nutrition, she went on to pursue her passion, receiving her Master’s Degree in Human Nutrition from Drexel University. She previously worked as a Clinical Dietitian, as well as a Campus Dietitian in Philadelphia prior to opening her private practice.

Eva's Specialties

Eva is passionate about working with clients to heal their relationship to food. She has specialties in working with eating disorders, including Binge Eating Disorder, Anorexia, Bulimia, OSFED, Orthorexia & others, as well as disordered eating. She also has a special interest in working with folks with co-occuring ADHD.

Amanda Sandroni MS RD LDN

Hi! My name is Amanda!

I am a fat-positive, weight inclusive registered dietitian and I am passionate about helping people heal their relationship with food and their body.  

I work with people struggling with diet culture, who are body image critics, and who are looking to break free from the shame that dieting brings.

I believe all bodies are good bodies and everyone deserves to find peace with food, utilizing the principles of Intuitive Eating and Health at Every Size®. 

Together we will focus less on food, more on the why of behaviors and we will work together to help you relearn to trust your body and be able to find peace with food!

Professional Bio & Credentials

Amanda received her Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science from the University of Pittsburgh and her Masters of Science in Nutrition along with her Dietetic Internship from Marywood University. She has previous experience working in community nutrition with low income individuals and working as a Clinical Dietitian in Scranton, PA.

Amanda's Specialties

Amanda is passionate about working with patients to heal their relationship with food and their relationship with their body through Intuitive Eating practices. 

Mackenzie Proctor RD LDN

Hi! My name is Mackenzie!

I am an anti-diet, weight inclusive, food loving, registered dietitian and I am here to support your journey in healing your relationship with food.

I believe that the diet culture really is the worst and that you (yes, you!) can make peace with your body and food. Together we can work through some of the complex aspects of healing this relationship by combining Intuitive Eating practices and principles of Health at Every Size ®. Let’s shift the focus from restrictive dieting practices and whatever weird perception of “health” society has placed on you and get you back to trusting yourself and achieving food freedom!

Fun facts about me: I have type 1 diabetes, I am a mom to a tiny human and I really love snacks, craft beer and coffee.

Professional Bio & Credentials

Mackenzie received her Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics from Metropolitan State University of Denver. After completing her Dietetic Internship, she accepted a clinical position at a community hospital just outside of Denver, Colorado. She went on to relocate from Denver to Philly in 2019, this time choosing to work in food service as a campus dietitian at Drexel University. It was here, working with young adults that she recognized the harm of diet culture on such a vulnerable population. Mackenzie is passionate about helping others heal their relationships to food by making the experience approachable and fulfilling again.

Mackenzie's Specialties

Mackenzie specializes in helping her client heal from eating disorders and disordered eating.


Are you ready?

To heal your relationship to food so you can stop obsessing and feel more free around eating?

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