Patty Rocklage is a psychotherapist who practices in the greater Boston area. Mrs. Rocklage has more than 20 years of experience in psychotherapy. Rocklage has a license to practice Marriage and Family Therapy. Mrs. Rocklage feels honored to be able to help many couples in the Boston area achieve a happy home life. she not only looks at the problem but also the clients’ symptoms in relational interactions that influence his behavior. MFT counselors are interesting the longterm well-being of their clients. Mrs. Rockage is concerned with many personal symptoms of her clients including depression, mood disorders, anxiety, substance abuse, etc. She is married to Scott Rocklage, and together they donated a large sum of money to help renovate the Lester Wolfe Professor of Chemistry, Moungi Bawendi’s nanochemistry and nanotechnology lab space in Building 2 of MIT. MIT is honoring the Rocklages with a plaque that is being displayed in the vestibule of the laboratory. Mrs. Rocklage and her husband live in an old farmhouse in Sudbury, Massachusetts. Recently, the couple decided to renovate their home.
The couple went to Sudbury Companies’ Design Center to get ideas for how to redesign their home. The Rocklage residence will be undergoing some major renovations under the supervision of Ed Freedlender and his very talented staff. One of the reconstructions that will be done on the house is to change the layout of their kitchen area. The kitchen area was disconnected from the two family space areas and the rest of the house. Patty Rocklage wanted to make the kitchen more accessible. Another problem with the house was that people who came to visit the Rockalges found it difficult to locate the front door. The Rocklages think that Mr. Freelander should work on trying to fix the front door entrance, first. They expect the entire renovation job to take 6 months to complete. The couple wants to put in a three-season porch and a farmer’s porch, new walkways, and new driveway outside. Inside, they want to add a new bar, new cabinets among other things to make the house look completely new.