When it comes to psychology and couseling therapy, Patty Rocklage understands exactly what patients require. That is why on July 29th, 2016, Patty was celebrated for what would be termed as her gift to the world. Accompanied by her husband Scott Rocklage, the couple visited the MIT department amidst a celebration of their professional achievement. The agenda of the event was to help in raising renovation costs for Lester Wolfe Laboratory. Moungi Bawendi is the professor in charge of this laboratory.
The celebration was a remarkable gesture because Patty’s husband went to Lester Wolfe for his PhD studies. He attended the department of chemistry where Professor Richard R. Schrock facilitated his classes. After the tour around the newly renovated laboratory, the couple joined two of their classmates to gather in the laboratory. Tributes honored the couple. The first to pay tribute to the couple for outstanding work in counseling and psychological services was Timothy Jamison, head of the department and more information click here.
Additionally, the couple was also honored by Sylvia Ceyer as well as Professor Moungi Bawendi. Through the efforts of Patty and her husband, the laboratory was opened. The gesture of Patty and her husband in addition to their generosity has made a great positive impact on education. This is a good example of successful people giving back to the society. As a result, the society is empowered to continue doing good by prospering through the already existing resources like the laboratory that was built on the celebration and Patty’s lacrosse camp.
Patty Rocklage has mastered the art of assisting people in finding solutions to their life’s problems. She is an accomplished professional who harbors a warm heart and skilled communication style. She feels honored to help clients, couples and families find solutions to life’s threatening problems. Through her dedication and commitment to finding couple’s solutions, Patty has managed to assist many couples in America stick together through marriage’s biggest threat, divorce. She attended the USC in 1981 and graduated with honors after majoring in psychotherapy. Her outstanding academic credentials give her the professionalism required to practice counseling and psychology. She commits to finding the best in every troubled person.
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