Lucie Erlebachova

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist


Lucie is currently dividing her time between Mandala House and Home of the Innocents. Through her work at Home of the Innocents, Lucie has gained experience and found passion in working with clients of all ages on a wide variety of presenting issues, such as struggling to cope with previous trauma (including abuse and neglect), mental illness (such a depression and anxiety), grief, and questions regarding sexual orientation, gender expression, and identity.

Prior to obtaining a clinical license in Marital and Family Therapy, Lucie received a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Spalding University and Master’s degree in Marital and Family Therapy from Northwestern University.

Lucie strongly believes in the value of education and she continues to learn through collaboration with colleagues and frequent participation in workshops and trainings to enhance her knowledge of current research and practice of psychotherapy. She recently completed a series of trainings required to obtain an LGBT Health Certificate from the University of Louisville.  

In addition to her professional activities, Lucie believes in the importance of wellness and support of medical research and can be seen joining 5K races in the area, such as the annual Race for the Cure (a national fundraising event for breast cancer).

As a psychotherapist, Lucie places value on the strength of the therapeutic relationship and works  collaboratively with her clients to create resiliency, new life perspective, and hope for positive change.