Welcome to the
Healing Centre
for Griefology

Developed and presented by Rosemary Wanganeen

Welcome to the
Healing Centre
for Griefology

Developed and presented by Rosemary Wanganeen

Innovative Support Services designed to inspire and sustain good health and wellbeing.

Innovative Support Services designed to inspire and sustain good health and wellbeing.

The Healing Centre for Griefology is a well-established 100% Aboriginal-owned and operated business that continues to grow rapidly. Based in Adelaide, the Centre delivers several successful programs, all based upon the unique Seven Phases to Integrating Loss and Grief model©.

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OUR KEY SERVICES

All based on the Seven Phases model.

WORKSHOPS
COUNSELLING
PUBLIC SPEAKING

All these programs build on Rosemary’s life experience, plus extensive personal and professional research and nearly 30 years of real-world clinical practice.

What is Griefology?

Griefology specialises in all things associated with the human experiences of loss and grief including death and dying.

It’s a newfound discipline that knows no borders regarding service delivery.

It a human experience that doesn’t discriminate.

“Our business model will not stop until it
is synonymous with Aboriginal prosperity”

The ultimate aim is to restore Aboriginal prosperity. Importantly, because loss and grief is a human experience that does not discriminate, Griefology is a model for all humanity: we proudly support people from all cultural backgrounds, locally, nationally and internationally.

Acknowledgement of Traditional Owners

I acknowledge the custodians of this Land as the Kaurna People and that I respect and support our relationship on Kaurna Country. I also acknowledge our ancestors have been the custodians of the Adelaide Plains for many generations and that we their contemporaries will continue to sustain our connection to the country. Similarly, I’d also like to acknowledge my gratitude for the sharing of modern Australia however I express my deep sadness for the cost of this sharing but realize I have a right, a role and a responsibility to support the Reconciliation process to move forward to a place of equity, justice and in partnership together for all future Australians as one nation under our great Southern Cross.