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Andrew Cedrone, MEd., LMHC

Andrew Cedrone, MEd., LMHC is from the Boston area originally and majored in psychology and sociology at UMASS Amherst.  After his undergraduate work, he was employed at the New England Center for Children in Southborough, MA where he gained a foundation in applied behavioral analysis and an introduction to working with children on the Autism Spectrum.  From there he worked at the Manville School for five years, serving as the milieu coordinator while getting his masters degree in counseling at UMASS Boston.  After receiving his clinical degree, Mr. Cedrone began working for the EDCO Collaborative, partnering with the Manville School, to help develop and start a high school program for students with Asperger's Syndrome called the Partners Program at Brookline High School.  After working as the therapist in that program for eight years, he joined the Wakefield Public Schools as a School Adjustment Counselor in their Middle School Transitions Program.