A mental health professional must be a safe place in which patients feel nurtured and accepted. For over 20 years Patty Rocklage’s office has been that safe place for the citizens of the greater Boston metropolitan area. Her accepting and warm style encourages patients to open up and work on their struggles. Over her two decades of service she has tirelessly dedicated herself to helping both individuals and her community.
Patty graduated from the University of Southern California in 1981. She has helped countless families through couples and family counseling. She helps them realize the root cause of their difficulties and gives them strategies to help them interact in a better fashion. Throughout her years of experience she has developed unique and important skills such as;
- Public speaking
- Team building
Patty Rocklage also contributes to the community she loves so much. In 2016 Patty and her husband, Dr. Scott Rocklage, gave a large donation so that MIT could update their nanotechnology and nanochemistry labs.
Patty also volunteers for the Sudanese Education Fund (SEF). The SEF focuses on helping Sudanese men and women who have relocated to the Boston area. The fund helps them find jobs, educational stability, and financial stability. Patty’s philanthropic efforts show that her dedication to the community is admirable and creates valuable change.
Patty Rocklage has dedicated her life to public service. Her profession is a testament to her service minded spirit. Her warm and inviting nature helps people to open up and discover how they can change their lives for the better.
Her philanthropic spirit provides new resources and aid for a community that is eternally grateful. Patty Rocklage is a perfect combination of a life of achievement and a heart for community service.