Patty Rocklage is a licensed psychotherapist with an office in Marlboro Street in Massachusetts. She received her degree in psychology from the University of California in 1981 and has amassed extensive know-how in the field. Since he began practicing, Patty has learned that an effective treatment process has to have the foundation of an authentic and healthy relationship with the patient. From the onset of the first session with a patient, Patty nurtures a warm and understanding atmosphere that encourages transparency.
Patty Rocklage has a specialization in the psychotherapy of couples in a rough patch in their relationship, torn families, and troubled persons. As a result of her sharpened skills in communication, Patty is an excellent public speaker, coach, teacher and team builder. Patty not only provides practical marriage advice, but she also applies them to her marriage. She is married to Scott Rocklage and recently oversaw the renovation of a few parts in her home. She contracted a competent construction company to refurbish the kitchen area, the bathroom and the entrance area which often confused visitors. Scott and Patty are highly revered in their community in Sudbury for their professional accomplishments and their warm demeanors that welcome new friendships and acquaintances into their circle.
Patty applies these principles to every facet of her life and regularly participates in philanthropic acts within and without the United States. In 2016, Patty and her husband Scott toured the MIT School. They donated a generous amount to contribute towards the rehabilitation of the Lester Wolfe Professor of Chemistry Lab and the nanochemistry and nanotechnology labs in Building 2. The donation was partly a sign of gratitude from Scott Rocklage, who earned his doctorate from the institution. The school reciprocated the gesture by enacting a statue of the couple in the lobby area of the labs.
Patty is a regular donor to the Sudanese Education Fund. The organization helps immigrants from the war-torn regions of South Sudan, seeking to have a stable life in the United States. The funds go into helping the people enter into suitable education programs, land jobs that can sustain a comfortable lifestyle and realize financial manifestations.