Patty Rocklage is a marriage and family therapist based in Boston. Some of the skills that she has include teaching, coaching, public speaking, and community outreach. She studied at the University of Southern California and graduated in 1981. Patty Rocklage has more than two decades of experience as a psychotherapist. She has served many patients. She is easily reachable through email or a phone call. Her mission is to help families and couples to work through problems and overcome struggles together. She has been described as warm because of her relatable nature with her clients.
Patty and Dr. Scott Rocklage who is her husband paid a visit to the chemistry department of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology last July. Dr. Rocklage graduated from the University in 1982. He was an understudy of Professor Richard Schrock. The chemistry department had held a ceremony to thank the couple for their donation towards the renovation of one of the labs. The gift would go into covering the costs of Professor Bawendi’s nanochemistry and nanotechnology lab.
The professor was accompanied with a couple of his students. He gave a tour of the renovated space. The attendees then gathered at the vestibule of the lab where tributes to the Rocklages were said by Timothy Jamison, Professor Bawendi, and Sylvia Ceyer. A plaque of the Rocklages was also displayed in the room where the tributes were paid. Sylvia Ceyer said that Rocklage responded emphatically with a yes when he approached him for support. She stated that he did not ask for further details. He only asked where there was a pressing need.
Patty and Scott Rocklage selected Sudbury Kitchen & Bath to perform various renovation projects in their home. The couple was able to save a lot of money because they did not have to hire any sub-contractors since the company took care of everything for them. They ended up asking the company to remodel their entire house despite the fact that they only wanted to redesign their kitchen. They were impressed with the work that Sudbury Kitchen & Bath did for them. Dr. Rocklage said that the house had been designed into a four-season living space. This is what they had in mind.