Patty Rocklage is a Massachusetts therapist who majors in family and marriage therapy. At a glance, one can easily see her graceful poise and a warm smile that is deserving in her line of work. Mrs. Rocklage graduated from the University of Southern California in 1981 and has been in practice for over 20 years. She prides herself on her gentle communication style and is always inspired to assist couples, families, and individuals overcome their struggles.
Good health is the cornerstone of a beautiful and peaceful life. Health, however, is diverse and comprises of many branches including mental wellbeing. Often, we contemplate the different aspects of our lives be it the past, future, or present. Surveys have shown that we spend at least 6.5 years of our lives worrying. This shows that our mental well-being is equally as important if not paramount to attaining a happy and peaceful life.
Most of our daily struggles begin in our minds. It thus begs the question of whether we need to curb our thoughts. Realistically speaking this is impossible given the fact that the world we live in today demands that we use our mind. An author of the Huffington Post documents that researchers have concluded that an average person has about 50,000 to 70,000 thoughts in a day. Hence, curbing one’s thoughts is not quite a realistic solution; however, working through them could be what we need.
Patty Rocklage’s Role in Marriage and Family Therapy
Mental health refers to a state of psychological well-being. Patty’s role as a therapist is imperative to the betterment of lives, particularly towards the health of many. Individual problems sometimes end up being projected onto others; this is commonly seen in families and couples. Mrs. Rocklage’s job involves treating a variety of clinical problems including, marital problems, depression, anxiety, individual psychological issues, and child-parent problems. Being a family and marriage therapist, Mrs. Rocklage addresses relationship problems with regards to the family system.
The Rocklages’ Family Gift to Lester Wolfe Chemistry Lab
Patty Rocklage and her husband, Scott Rocklage, Ph.D. were celebrated for making a generous donation to Lester Wolfe’s chemistry department. On July 18, 2016, the duo paid a visit to the Michigan Institute of Technology Chemistry Department with intentions of assisting with the renovation costs of the Moungi Bawendi’s Nanotechnology and Nanochemistry laboratory space in Building two.
In a comment, Mr. Rocklage acknowledged that MIT had given him the fundamentals for his present occupation. As a result, the Rocklages felt obliged to give back to the University. When later approached by Sylvia Ceyer, a former Department Head at the institution, concerning further contribution in the department, he was quick and willing to take up future responsibility.