Griefology is the study of the human relationship between (Aboriginal) ancestral major losses and their suppressed unresolved grief that has compounded and complicated their contemporary descendants (Aboriginal) losses and suppressed, unresolved grief, guaranteeing (Aboriginal) disadvantage, inter-generationally! However, understanding this relationship, Griefology provides a foundation for grieving-to-healing processes that will restore prosperity, which is the right of all human beings.
Rosemary’s peer reviewed and published Seven Phases to Integrating Loss and Grief framework, has led to her being recognised as a national and international leader in Griefology.
As a clinical Griefologist with 30-years of ‘testing’ the Seven Phases, her programs present the findings of her intuitive research to prove Griefology is a newfound discipline absent from multiple institutions struggling to transform Aboriginal disadvantage into Aboriginal Prosperity. Rosemary hypothesises Griefology can prevent social determinates, such as: suicide prevention; physical sicknesses; homelessness; racism; employment; education; domestic violence; all forms of violence against men, women and children. This method works from within a decolonial methodology that focuses on intuitive knowing, being and doing, which is centred around the human experience rather than just statistics.