Clint Gray, MD
Dr. Clint Gray joined the Cedar Springs team in 2011. He completed his general psychiatry residency, child fellowship and forensic fellowships at University of Arkansas Medical Sciences. After completing his fellowships, Dr. Gray worked as faculty for the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and as a staff psychiatrist at the Arkansas State Hospital. In Arkansas, he provided services to the general population including specialty care to adults and youth with intellectual disabilities. In addition, Dr. Gray served as a forensic examiner for the State of Arkansas.
In Colorado, as one of the few holding specialties in both the fields of pediatric and forensic psychiatry, Dr. Gray testifies on behalf of his patients’ best interests. Dr. Gray has specific interest and expertise in the intersection of mental health treatment and the law.
Rebecca Berghorst, MD
Associate Medical Director of Children & Adolescent Programs
Larry Shores, MD
With a background in biology and medical technology and the Air Force, Dr. Larry Shores is not a typical psychiatrist. Having entered the psychiatric arena later than many of his peers, he nevertheless excels in his professional performance. Dr. Shores attended Medical School at the University of Missouri, then completed residency at the University of Cincinnati, a pediatric internship at the University of Utah and a pediatric fellowship at the University of Colorado Denver.
Dr. Shores believes in developing the talents of new physicians and has provided extensive training to medical students, residents and nurse practitioners. His many years of performing psychiatric evaluations in the Department of Veteran Affairs has given Dr. Shores a deep understanding of the challenges faced by our service members and their families. He has been with Cedar Springs Hospital since 1998.
Bryce Callister, MD
William Bissell, MD
Nadine McEwen, NP