The Psychotherapist Patty Rocklage Gives Back

Patty Rocklage is a licensed psychotherapist who has over twenty years of experience in her field. At a young age she knew that she wanted to help people and she found her calling as a young adult. Rocklage went to the University of Southern California.

She graduated in 1981 with degrees in psychology. Since then Rocklage has been working in the greater Boston metropolitan area aiding people by offering them both professional services as well as being a warm and inviting person that focuses on her clients. She is also licensed to practice psychotherapy in the state of Massachusetts.


Having decades of experience has allowed Patty Rocklage to gain several skills which are invaluable in the psychotherapist field. Some of these include team building, public speaking, coaching and teaching which are used in the sessions with her clients. Rocklage has worked with hundreds of people by helping them overcome their fears, stress and other struggles of life.

By offering family counseling, marriage counseling, couples counseling and individual counseling she is able to help all different groups of people face their challenges and focus on growing by finding the changes that they need to implement in their daily lives. Seeing personal growth from her clients is one of the reasons Rocklage became a psychotherapist. By forming a personal connect she is able to help. Learn more about Patty Rocklage: and

Outside of work Patty Rocklege enjoys being an active member in her community. Participating in community activities is one of the ways she can see how the world is affecting the people around and also gives her another chance to make lives better. When she can’t help out physically Rocklege gives back in other ways.

In 2016 she and her husband, Dr. Scott Rocklage who has a Ph.D. graduate of chemistry, gave a large monetary gift that was able to renovate the nanotechnology and nanochemistry lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s chemistry building.

Patty Rocklege also volunteers a few times a month at the Sudanese Education Fund. This fund helps those relocated to Massachusetts from Southern Sudan by finding those people jobs so they can attain educational and financial stability.