Patty Rocklage is one of the most sought after family and marriage therapist based out in the Sudbury City, Massachusetts. Having experience of over twenty years in the field, she has successfully helped hundreds of individuals, families, and couples to improve their mental health, relationship situations and strengthen their ties with the loved ones.
As a marriage and family therapist, Patty Rocklage is known to have a warm and friendly communication style that helps the others to blend in with her personality. It helps people to open up in front of Patty and share their problems in a transparent manner. As a therapist, her unique style of communicating with her clients helps her to find the root cause of the problems they are facing. It is what helps in diagnosing the issues precisely and gets the problems resolved in an efficient manner, sooner than later.
Patty Rocklage graduated in 1981 from the University of Southern California and is happily married to Scott Rocklage. Scott Rocklage is a well-qualified man and has done Ph.D. from the reputed Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Chemistry. Patty and Scott provided financial assistance in the year 2016 to the construction of Building number in the MIT. Scott and Patty Rocklage bore the considerable portion of the renovation cost of nanochemistry and nanotechnology lab, and the Institute highly applauds their contribution.
The name of Scott and Patty Rocklage is imprinted on the lab’s vestibule as a mark of appreciation for their generosity and contributions. The couple received a guided tour of the newly renovated lab by Professor Bawendi and his assistant students. Professor Bawendi, along with the former department head, Sylvia Ceyer and current department head, Timothy Jamison, paid tribute to the couple.
Scott Rocklage, in one of the newsletters by the department of MIT, said that it was his honor to complete his Ph.D. under the mentorship of Nobel Laureate in the field of Chemistry, Professor Richard R. Schrock. He mentioned that it was a privilege for him to be inducted in the group of active men and women, who were active, ambitious and very smart. During his tenure at MIT and while doing Ph.D., Scott and Patty made some great friends, few of which are Jere Fellman, Clayton Wood, Howard Turner, and more.
Scott believes that his time at MIT contributed significantly to his personality and helped him kick-start his career in the right direction. The competitive environment at MIT, Scott believes, is also one of the reasons why he and most of his colleagues were able to give in more than hundred percent in every assignment. Patty Rocklage, as a marriage therapist herself, knows what a relationship needs for a life-long bonding. She shares a strong bond with Scott and puts in every effort to keep things that way.