One of the pillars that Patty Rocklage has built her career is acquisition of multiple skills that have set her apart in the industry. Her over two decades of experience as a leading psychotherapist specializing in couple and family therapy in the Greater Boston Area has been driven by factors beyond her strong academic background in the field. She is a committed professional who has acquired numerous skills that has enhanced her service delivery and development of inclusive solutions for her clients. The integrated approach is based on effectively communicating with her clients, which is aided by her excellent communication skills.
The various psychological challenges affecting patients who seek for psychotherapy have identifiable problems and some can be solved at the community level. Her community outreach, public speaking and teaching skills are integral in finding the cause of these problems. She ha also acquired team building and life coaching skills. Additionally, they are critical in her practice as it helps her include the clients in the therapy process aimed at finding lasting solutions to the problems afflicting their relationships.
Academic History and Charitable Endeavors
Patty Rocklage’s over 20 years of experience as psychotherapist began in 1981 when she graduated from the University of Southern California where she specialized in therapy and counseling. Upon graduation, she launched her professional career by first seeking for a professional license. The Sudbury resident was licensed by the state of Massachusetts as psychotherapist. Patty Rocklage on Twitter.
Patty Rocklage’s engagement with the community extends beyond her professional practice. She is philanthropist with a strong commitment to giving back to the society. One such beneficiary of her charitable donations is Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The prestigious learning institution is an alma mater of her husband, Dr. Scott Rocklade. Together with her husband, Patty Rocklage financed the renovation of the crucial laboratories at the institution’s Chemistry Department. The Rocklages were invited by the department to visit the facilities they helped in renovating in an event that was capped off by the unveiling of a plaque in honor of their philanthropic gesture. With their generous gesture, the Rocklages hope more students will get the chance to excel in nanotechnology and nanochemistry whose researches are conducted in the renovated lab.