Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is the most commonly seen disorder at Clear Lake Kids Psychiatry. Research has demonstrated that a combination approach is one of the most effective ways to treat ADHD, so the approach at Clear Lake Kids Psychiatry combines behavioral modification and ADHD medication where needed. Treatment of ADHD and other conditions is most successful when the health care professional and the family work together to meet the needs of the child. Contact us to arrange an appointment today!
Jeanne Russell, PA-C
Jeanne Russell, PA-C is a certified Physician Assistant with more than 28 years of experience as a PA as well as over 10 years in nursing. Her extensive experience in general pediatrics has given her a very wide knowledge of all pediatric conditions and disorders. Clients can get help with a range of issues including ADHD, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, autism spectrum disorder, and Asperger syndrome. Ms. Russell’s passion is her patients, and her goal is to help each young patient to reach the best possible state of psychological well-being.
Ms. Russell has a special expertise in the area of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). She prides herself on having a unique relationship with her clients. Each client gets a lot of TLC. Ms. Russell has a gentle and nurturing approach that truly focuses on the individual and their needs. In her spare time, Ms. Russell enjoys spending time with her children and grandchildren. Ms. Russell highly values each and every patient and looks forward to meeting new clients.
Elliott Schwartz, PA-C
Elliott Schwartz, PA-C, is a certified physician assistant serving patients between the ages of 4 and 18 in Houston, Texas, at Clear Lake Kids Psychiatry.
Elliott majored in psychology with a minor in neuroscience during his undergraduate studies at Texas A&M University. He then earned his PA from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston.
Psychiatry has been both a passion and fate for Elliott. Growing up, he was deeply affected by struggles caused by untreated mental health in his family. This led to a lifetime of self-reflection and learning. Elliott accepts that he will not have all of the answers, for himself or anyone. Still, he spends quality time with each of his patients, and their families, and works tirelessly to find answers and solutions that can improve their wellbeing and quality of life.
When Elliott’s not spending time with patients and their families at the office, he enjoys spending time fishing down on the coast.