Patty Rocklage isn’t your everyday Psychotherapist. Patty is an experienced and reputable professional with a charming personality who finds delight in assisting families and couples alike work out and overcome the challenging life struggles. After graduating from the University of Southern California (USC) in 1981, Patty Rocklage has lived and served the people of Sudbury, Massachusetts for more twenty years in practice.
Contribution to MIT
In addition to being, a Psychotherapist Patty Rocklage is a loving wife to Dr. Scott Rocklage. Thanks to the generous contribution of the Rocklages’, Massachusetts Institute of technology (MIT) is a much better place. Patty and her husband helped fund the renovations of the nanotechnology and the nanochemistry lab where Dr. Scott’s foundations were established with the help of Nobel Prize winner, Prof. Richard R. Schrock.
In honoring the efforts of the two, Moungi Bawandeni, on behalf of the entire MIT family and the chemistry department, gave Dr. Scott and his wife a tour on the state of the art labs on 18th July 2016. Later a vote of thanks and a plaque of honor was mounted to commemorate this achievement and Patty’s lacrosse camp.
The Rocklage Home
The Rocklage home is another distinct feature that comes to mind when you talk about Patty Rockage, not for the mere fact that their story features as a case study on the Sudbury Company’s website, but because of its inspiration.
Before undertaking on their home renovation Patty and her husband were not pleased with the distance between their house and their kitchen and their home’s frontal façade. These two scenarios lead the couples to look for the best and most affordable solution to their problem hence their choice of Ed and the Sudbury Company. These contractors on their part did not disappoint, as they were able to successfully and flawlessly achieve high quality standards with the project.
Patty Rocklage is phenomenal woman, one whose reputation will linger long in the minds of many for her generous contribution to education and impact in the family unit and Patty of Twitter.