A Look At How Patty Rocklage Has Dedicated Her Life To Helping Others

Patty Rocklage is a graduate of the University of Southern California. She earned her degree as a Psychotherapist at USC in 1981 and now practices as a Marriage & Family Therapist in Sudbury, Massachusetts. She is known for her warm style of communication which puts her clients at ease and in the frame of mind to work on their issues and life struggles. Patty Rocklage helps all sorts of clients including individuals, couples, and families who are going through troubled times and need somebody like Patty Rocklage to help them identify issues and get them back onto a better path.

Even outside of her practice, Patty Rocklage enjoys helping others. A recent example of this occurred when she and her husband, Dr. Scott Rocklage, Ph.D., were visited by a former head of the chemistry department at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. They were approached by Sylvia Ceyer because Dr. Scott Rocklage is a graduate of their chemistry Ph.D. program. MIT needed help renovating two of the labs at the university, those for nanotechnology and chemistry. As both Patty and Scott knew of the important, life-saving work they do at these labs they didn’t hesitate in offering to pay for the needed renovations. When the project was completed in July 2016, both Patty and Scott were given a tour of the new labs and then led into their vestibule. At the vestibule, Patty and Scott’s contribution was acknowledged by speeches and a plaque was unveiled which acknowledged their charity that made the renovation possible.

Patty Rocklage also enjoys taking care of her family. She recently agreed to have their entire pattyrocklage.yolasite.com featured on the blog of the company who did the work. There were a number of issues in their home that needed to be corrected, one of which was that guests could never find the front door and usually ended up walking into their barn. Another big issue was that the kitchen felt completely detached from the rest of the home. Patty watched over the project as a large part of their home was ripped down to the studs and replaced.

 

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