Amy Coseo, Creative Director and Wholeness Guide
Amy weaves together elements at the intersection of the sciences, arts, mindfulness, human behavior, nature, and spirituality in her role as a Wholeness Guide, Ayurvedic Health Coach and Creative Director for Harvest. She is trained in Core Competencies in Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy with Seattle-based Telos Transformational Therapies and explores expanded states of consciousness to further her learning in service of companioning clients in their wholeness journeys.
After graduating with honors from Middlebury College, Amy has built a multi-faceted career in creative and strategic design, advocacy and community development, multimedia arts and human development and healing. As a health coach, Amy integrates cutting-edge research and best practices in life and health coaching methodology, neuroscience, positive psychology, and Ayurveda (one of the world’s oldest medical systems), through the Deepak Chopra Foundation’s coaching certification program.
Amy is currently pursuing her Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification through a two-year program at the Greater Good Science Center at the University of California, Berkeley, learning from masters such as Tara Brach, Jack Kornfield, Eckhart Tolle, Dan Siegel, and Kristin Neff. The program integrates science, wisdom, psychology, and spirituality to navigate, heal trauma, find resilience, and foster well-being through mindful living and compassion, evolving consciousness, and personal and social transformation.
Calling Missoula home for the past twenty years, Amy is founder of Studio Verde Creative, an agency specializing in branding and multimedia storytelling for mission-driven clients. She is rooted in community, grounded in collaborative leadership, and energized by creative storytelling designed to elevate awareness, activate support, and amplify impact. A graduate of Leadership Montana’s Flagship Program 2017 and Master Program 2019, Amy is a certified Gracious Space facilitator which is a collaborative leadership model. Now celebrating living cancer-free for seven years, Amy is thankful for the vibrant people and brilliant colors who help shape and saturate her days.