Patty Rocklage has accumulated in excess of twenty years of experience as a licensed psychotherapist. Her work with her clients in the Boston metropolitan area has been responsible for helping them overcome the struggles they are facing. Her style is both inviting and warm and places her clients at ease.
This enables them to place their focus on the changes that require their implementation. Patty Rocklage offers counseling concerning families and marriage to individuals, couples and families to give them the ability to successfully face their challenges.
Patty attended the University of Southern California and graduated in 1981 with a degree in psychology. Her license gives her the ability to practice psychotherapy throughout the state of Massachusetts. During the many years she has worked as a psychotherapist she has gained knowledge, invaluable skills, and experience in building teams, teaching, public speaking, and coaching.
Her skill set is unique to the industry and infused with warmth. This is how she has helped so many clients achieve the personal growth they desired.
Patty Rocklage is a firm believer in her communities importance and participates in numerous community outreach activities. She is dedicated to giving back as much as she can to her community.
Her husband is Dr. Scott Rocklage and together they gave the chemistry department at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology a major gift in 2016. Their gift enabled the university to perform renovations on the nanotechnology and nanochemistry lab. The lab is used by Lester Wolfe who is the chemistry professor.
Dr. Scott Rocklage graduated from the university with a Ph.D. in chemistry. The couple live in Sudbury, Massachusetts and Patty Rocklage has built a reputation making her highly regarded and well known.
She is one of the volunteers for the Sudanese Education Fund whose focus is helping individuals who came from Southern Sudan and have moved to Massachusetts find good jobs and achieve educational and financial stability.
Patty is accomplished as a psychotherapist and believes in establishing meaningful connections with her clients. She understands the sensitive natures involved with her clients struggles, maintains the confidentiality they have trusted her with, and helps them in every way possible.