Welcome Meirav and Paul!

2016 has been a year of significant growth here at Spectrum Creative Arts! We’ve so enjoyed connecting with all of the new students, families, and team members that have joined our community. This month, we are thrilled to welcome Meirav and Paul, two new members of the Spectrum team! You can read a little more about each of them below. Be sure to wish them a warm Spectrum welcome if you see them around the space!

Paul Bergeron

Paul Bergeron began playing the cello at age four and was a student of Harel Gietheim at the Manchester Community Music School. Paul has been a featured soloist with the Lakes Region Symphony and the New Hampshire Philharmonic Orchestra.  In 2016, he served as an artist in residence at Recontres Musicales Internationales des Graves in Bordeaux, France where he soloed alongside artists such as Zachariah Zorin, Vincent Balse, Alina Kozhukharenko, and Stéphane Rougier.  Paul has served in the studio orchestras for Louis Cole (Knower) and the TV series Star Trek Continues. He plays regularly in local churches and nursing homes and performs frequently at local weddings with violinist and sister, Ellen Bergeron and pianist, William Hume. Currently, Paul is studying at the Eastman School of Music where he is earning a BM in Cello Performance and Music Education.


Meirav Cafri

Meirav Cafri is an art therapist who is passionate about utilizing creativity to help people in need of support and healing. Meirav grew up in Los Angeles, California and is a triplet with an older brother. Throughout her life, she has utilized the arts for self-expression, overcoming challenges, and meeting life goals. She loves all forms of the arts but her main joy is the visual arts. When she learned about art therapy in high school, she knew instantly that it was the career for her. She attained a Bachelor of Arts in Art and Design from the University of Michigan and a Master of Science in Creative Arts Therapy from Nazareth College.

Meirav is passionate about using the arts to develop positive and successful outcomes for people with a range of mental and physical abilities. She has experience providing services to children and adults with developmental disabilities, trauma, illness, depression, anxiety, Alzheimer’s disease, and behavioral issues. Meirav is excited to work at Spectrum as an art therapist because she gets to give back to the community by helping people overcome their challenges through the arts. In addition to art therapy, Meirav hopes to incorporate play therapy and wilderness therapy within her practice. She is extremely passionate about the outdoors and you can find her riding her bike no matter the weather conditions.

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