Committed to helping clients find relief from accumulated stress and trauma so they can move from despair into joy.
About Hope Maltz, MS, GCFP, SEP, OIX
Hope Maltz has been helping clients release distress from their bodies to find relief from chronic pain and stress for over 20 years. Her gentle, supportive presence and touch help ease the physical disruption and overwhelm of chronic stress and pain, inviting the feeling of safety from the inside out.
Hope’s work is informed by the latest advances in neuroscience, Organic Intelligence®, Somatic Experiencing®, the Feldenkrais Method® of movement education, and Dr. Stephen Gilligan’s Generative Change work.
Hope opened her Bellevue practice in 2010 and continues to hone her skills each year with extensive continuing education.
Before focusing on relieving stress and healing trauma, she worked as a biologist and technical trainer for the US Fish and Wildlife Service on the East Coast with her academic degrees in Biology (BS) and Wildlife Management (MS). In spite of the dream job, she moved west to feed her soul and pursue her passion for helping others thrive. She is a member of the Seattle Mountaineers, a student of Aikido, and assists clients of The Sophia Way‘s shelter for homeless women.
Hope: “I am dedicated to helping my clients move out of pain and into lives they love.”