Heather Tate-Boldt, LCSW, Executive Director and Therapist
With years of experience in nonprofit management, and working within our community, Heather joined the CCCC as Executive Director in March 2020. She is a licensed clinical social worker and a native Floridian. Bilingual, she has studied at the University of Colorado Boulder and at El Tecnológico de Monterrey in Nuevo León México. She has also completed mission and health service projects in Honduras and Nicaragua. As the Chief Program Officer at El Sol, Jupiter’s Neighborhood Resource Center, she worked closely with the Spanish speaking immigrant community to run programming and establish a case management system of care. She earned her master’s degree in social work from Barry University while practicing her clinical studies at the county mental health hospital, where members of our community diagnosed with mental illness receive critical services.
She is active in her local faith community and a mom of three. Over the past four years she has worked as a consultant mentoring Pastors and assisting with church leadership development. She has most enjoyed her experience guiding leadership teams to identify mission, create goals, and discover workable solutions within the organization. All of this done with the shared belief that creating a space of healthy communication, wholeness, and God's peace is necessary to have a collaborative approach to organizational management.
As the Executive Director, Heather is serving as supervisor of programs and also offering individual therapy for adults, adolescents, and families in English and Spanish. She is passionate about our mission to ensure that all are able to seek help and receive the services they need regardless of ability to pay.
Carol Lewis, LMFT
Carol Lewis is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of Florida and a Clinical Member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. Since 1986, Carol Lewis has been providing therapy to individuals, couples and families in Accredited Samaritan Institute Counseling Centers in South Florida. In addition to her education and training as a family therapist, Carol has worked in the field of codependency and addictions and she is well acquainted with 12-Step recovery. Her clients appreciate her warm and empathetic manner as well as her practical approach to healing and growth.
Carol Lewis works with children, adolescents and adults. Presently offering telehealth only. She also leads classes in Active Parenting and Christian Meditation. She went to M.S., Northern Illinois University and trained at Commuter Family Therapy in West Palm Beach.