Cedric Love, M.S.

Research Assistant
Cedric Love, M.S., is a research assistant on federally funded projects as part of Advocates for Human Potential’s (AHP’s) Center for Research and Evaluation. Prior to joining AHP, Mr. Love worked as an education-based service coordinator team leader for the Pittsburgh School System’s Human Services Administration Organization. In that role, he worked within Pittsburgh Public School District to link identified students and families with mental health diagnosis and/or juvenile probation needs with mental health, academic, and community support services. He worked closely with mental health agencies, hospitals, the Department of Children Youth and Families, and juvenile probation to communicate and carry out plans for the needs of the children and families in the home and school environment. In a previous role, Mr. Love served as a drug and alcohol therapist. He is trained in the delivery of trauma-informed care, has a deep understanding of the juvenile legal system and the child welfare system, and is experienced in the administration and scoring of psychological tests. Mr. Love holds an M.S. in counseling psychology from Chatham University.








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