Carol Rose is a dedicated clinical Aromatherapy practitioner and advocate of complementary therapies for patients with life-limiting illness.

Adedicated practitioner and advocate of evidence-based complementary therapies for patients with life-limiting illness, Carol has devoted her career to providing holistic care and support to individuals faced with challenging health conditions. She has made it her mission to integrate these practices into conventional healthcare settings to enhance the well-being and quality of life of patients and their families.

Carol is also the author of the newly released textbook, ‘Integrating Clinical Aromatherapy in Palliative Care’, which explores how to effectively bridge the gap between conventional healthcare and complementary therapy approaches.  Drawing on her extensive experience and expertise, she carefully considers the benefits, challenges and best practices to support safe integration of clinical aromatherapy as a healing modality in specialist palliative care. She is a member of the International Journal of Clinical Aromatherapy (IJCA) Editorial Advisory Board and a Fellow of the International Clinical Aromatherapy Network (ICAN).

Carol lives with her husband in the far north of New Zealand where she spends any spare time immersing herself in nature’s beauty by tending their 7-acre gardens.

Integrating Clinical Aromatherapy in Palliative Care
Book Endorsement

“Carol Rose carefully constellates within these pages a vital resource of clinical wisdom and compassionate expertise in aromatic palliative care. This labour of love – in terms of both practice and scholarship – is a professional object lesson in contemporary clinical aromatherapy and will enrich and empower the aromatherapy student and clinical practitioner alike. Unreservedly recommended!”

Gabriel Mojay
Institute of Traditional Herbal Medicine and Aromatherapy