Meet the talented Elizabeth Ehrenberg, LCSW She is a professional improviser and therapist who has brought improv to the Bay Area and is the founder of Living Improv where she facilitates groups that combine improv with group therapy.
Elizabeth Ehrenberg, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker who loves all things improv, comedy, and storytelling. She has studied and performed improv in New York and the Bay Area. She got her start doing improv in high school and has taken classes at UCB in New York and Bay Area Theater Sports in SF. She is an original member of the Fingerhands improv troupe in Oakland, CA and a member of Pan Theater’s Awkward Face troupe. Elizabeth received her masters in social work from Smith College School for Social Work where she wrote her thesis on comedy as a healing art form for women. Elizabeth is the founder of Living Improv where she facilitates groups that combine improv with group therapy. She has a therapy private practice in San Francisco and Oakland. You can find out more about Living Improv at livingimprovgroups.com and more about Elizabeth’s therapy practice at elizabethehrenberg.com.