Today, most people experience different challenges in their lives. As a result, managing their lives has turned to be a problem. The stress and pressure are sometimes directed to marriage, making it more vulnerable to failure.
However, not all marriages are meant to fail, and with a little counselling and guidance, they have high chances to succeed. Married to Dr. Scott Rocklage, a successful chemist, Patty Rocklage is a professional family therapist based in Massachusetts.
She is a licensed marriage and family therapist, and it has been over 20 years since she started the practice. Her experiences in the field have had a tremendous positive impact on hundreds of individuals, couples, and families that she has helped solve their challenges. She graduated from the University of Southern California in 1981. Her performance in school was exemplary.
One of Patty’s attribute is her friendliness and warm personality. This is a very imperative as it makes the client comfortable, hence, making communication easier despite the depth of the issue at hand. Her techniques of communicating to his client are also compelling. She also understands the importance of confidentiality during her therapy sessions. Learn more about Patty Rocklage: http://newyorkmonthlyherald.com/2017/03/23/therapy-does-wonders-with-patty-rocklage/ and http://thebalanceandlifeblog.com/2017/03/08/psychotherapist-and-stylist-patty-rocklage/
She does not disclose personal information to a third party. In the course of her practice, she has engaged in some valuable skills such as teaching, public speaking, coaching, community outreach, and team building.
Besides her career, Patty Rockage is a committed wife and a devoted mother of three kids. As a family, their love for their home is sensational. For instance, they redesigned their kitchen, which they thought it was far from their house. The process of restructuring the house took over six months. Read more: Patty Rocklage | LinkedIn
In addition to this, they are also involved in charitable activities. She and her husband recently made a donation for the renovation of Building 2 at MIT. She was also a board of director of a non-profit organization known as Woman’s Board for South Sudanese Enrichment for families, formerly known as the Sudanese Education Fund.
The organization focuses on creating financial stability, reduce unemployment, and improve education among the greater Boston region in the Southern Sudan community.