Compassion is a rare virtue, and it is not in the hearts of every human being. Some people are very compassionate and have built their careers around it. They derive their joy and happiness in life by showing kindness and helping others. It’s a rare thing for a person to make such a generous gesture with his or her life. Patty Rocklage though has dedicated her life and career towards this course, and she is passionate about it.Patty is a licensed family and marriage psychotherapist based in Sudbury, Massachusetts. Her experience in this area runs deep with over twenty years of practical experience. She works tirelessly and is dedicated to helping individuals, couples and families move past their struggles in life. She possesses excellent communication skills that are a plus in handling her clients. She makes them feel comfortable and courageous to deal with their life’s challenges.
Patty Rocklage attended her higher education at the University of Southern California, pursued a degree in Psychology and graduated in 1981. Over time, in her line of work, she has acquired unique skills in coaching, community outreach, public speaking, teaching, and team building. These skills have proven immensely valuable to her career as they have enabled her to assist many couples and families in conquering issues pestering their life.Patty Rocklage is the wife of Dr. Scott Rocklage, a successful chemist. In joint forces, they made a substantial financial donation for the renovation of labs at MIT, Department of Chemistry where her husband studied, as a token of appreciation. Also, they have supported the Whitehead Institute and the Pittsburgh United Methodist Church.
Patty Rocklage desires a classy lifestyle, and she has a taste of both the modern and also the conservative lifestyle. Besides, she is environmentally conscious. For this reason, she, in approval of her husband, commissioned the renovation of their home to have her kitchen and landscape redone to take care of the environment and her personal desires.Patty Rocklage is a dedicated wife and devoted mother of three. She previously served as Director on the Woman’s Board for South Sudanese Enrichment for families, a non-profit organization that works to create better education, financial stability, and higher employment levels in the Boston region, which is usually resided by the Southern Sudanese community.