WorkPlace Interventions has a passion for supporting Australian not-for-profit establishments, which is why we have partnered with the “Ross House Association” to show our support for all that Ross House contributes to our community. Ross House is the only self managed and community owned not-for-profit building in Melbourne and has been an important part of the social justice and environment community since 1987.
Ross House was designed by the prestigious Sydney architectural firm Sulman and Power, and is now the home where community groups grow, connect and evolve. Built in 1899, this red brick, 5-story heritage building is located in a convenient and accessible city location in Flinders Lane, which is alongside the city library, and among some of the best eateries in the city nestled next to cafe-laden laneway of Degraves Street.
By choosing to use these facilities, you too will be supporting the social justice and environment movement to create a better future for society’s most marginalised people.
Teresa Coffey - Principal Trainer
Founder and Director of workplace interventions
Masters in Applied Positive Psychology
Masters in Health Science (Rehabilitation Counselling)
Bachelor of Psychological Studies
Bachelor of Exercise Science and Human Movement
Diploma of Personal Injury Management
Certificate IV (TAE40116) Training & Assessment
Certificate IV in Financial Services
Certificate IV in OHS
OHS Audit -Lead Auditor in OHS Management Systems
Member of Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association
ASORC Registered Counsellor
Accredited Mental Health First Aid Facilitator (Master Instructor)