Patty Rocklage is a seasoned family and marriage counselor who has gone beyond to bring tremendous impact on the lives of many grieving couples for the better. With over 20 years’ experience in her chosen career, she has successfully built a concrete customer base that depends on her for her expertise. As a licensed psychotherapist, she has the right temperament which enables her to neutralize tensions between persons and put them in their right minds to focus on what should be done for better outcomes. Patty is married to Dr. Scott Rocklage, a renowned chemist, and a philanthropist. As a wife, she plays a supportive role to her husband, and advertently plays a marriage role model noticeable to couples in the vicinity who see her as not only a therapist but also a living testimony that marriage actually works. Patty Rocklage holds a degree in Psychology from the University of Southern California since 1981.
Patty confronts many issues that militate against marriages. She is aware or has encountered the things that hinder marriages and is able to take care of people who come with different problems. In most cases, she sees there is the lack of communication between the spouses that normally aggravates the situation. She facilitates family discussion to ascertain problems and the issues that bring about communication breakdown. Based on scenarios established during these initial encounters she is then able to assist the couple to take a look at their marriage in a different manner and learn more about Patty.
As part of their philanthropic gesture, the Rocklages donated to a fund for the renovation of a Chemistry lab space in Building 2. Dr. Scot had studied in this Department of Chemistry. The couple took a tour of the renovated lab led by Professor Bawendi and two of his graduate students. Timothy Jamison, the current Head of Department, Sylvia Ceyer, former Head of Department and Professor Moungi Bawendi paid glowing tributes to the Rocklages. In response, Dr. Scot said, “MIT gave me the foundation for my professional life and career and with gratitude toward the Chemistry Department my wife and I offer this gift”.
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