Patty Rocklage is a psychotherapist that is married with Scott Rocklage, the new manager of the 5 AM Ventures company, a corporation that focuses on helping scientific researchers in growing their businesses with a little extra investment help.
Patty Rocklage is very accomplished in the career that she chose, and she is also very happy professionally. She’s been studying to become a psychotherapist since she graduated, and her success in the field is very noticeable. Her husband, on the same hand, is a Ph.D. in Chemistry and a sympathizer for medicine and scientific researches. His role in 5 AM Ventures allowed him to help his community, people that want to advance the scientific knowledge, in building their labs without fear of bankruptcy.
Patty Rocklage is a therapist that attends either single patients, marriage couples that need advice and assistance or families with relation issues. She has already helped hundreds of patients overcoming their problems throughout her career. She has over twenty years of practice, having graduated in 1981 and working ever since and Patty’s lacrosse camp.
Patty currently resides in Sudbury, Massachusetts, and can be directly called in her commercial telephone number or her e-mail if there is a client that would like to communicate with her directly.
She has over ten professional recommendations from specialists and clients. Her recommended skills include a lot of emphasis in her abilities to teach successfully, communication, her team work and speaking in public & giving auditions.
She lives with her husband, and they are very happy together, always helping each other growing and becoming a better version of themselves. After all, she is a psychotherapist and has the heart of someone that always wants to help and provide assistance to personal issues. Their competency with each other has allowed both Scott and Patty to triumph together in their respective careers and learn more about Patty.
The couple provided a gift to the MIT University as a token of their gratitude for their assistance in becoming who Scott has become professionally. The charitable couple returned to the MIT with an amount of money that was meant to serve as funding to cover the costs of the renewal of the nanochemistry laboratory, from the professor of chemistry Lester Wolfe.