Please join GreenLight Women in a lively discussion about how to live your best life while aging in Hollywood. Should you admit your age? How to stay fit mentally and physically, aging out and aging in reinventing yourself and more.


DR. ANDREA BRANDT, PHD MFT – renowned psychotherapist, speaker and author of the best-selling, “Mindful Aging”
LILLAH McCARTHY – producer, writer, former Senior VP for TNT, TBS and FOX, life coach and career coach.


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2019 10am – 1pm 
Light refreshments will be served


10100 Santa Monica Blvd. Century City, LA 90067
validated parking on site


Ageism is a real thing.  So is needing to have a job.  In the youth-oriented entertainment industry, older professionals – especially women –  can suddenly find themselves aged-out of their own career.  Every day we hear stories about talented, experienced women over 50 who, just to make ends meet, have taken jobs far below their experience level, because that’s what was available. How frustrating to be relegated to the perimeters, what an incredible waste of experience and talent.

And yet, if we’re honest, many of us don’t want to stay in the 24/7 rat race, or aren’t interested in super-heroes, or have family commitments that take precedent right now.  Our generation has never been held back by societal norms, and our aging is no different.  We want to shape our own futures and define for ourselves what it means to age in Hollywood.  And the more we share our experiences and ideas, the smarter we can be about taking the right next steps.  We’re glad to have you here.


If you don’t have the book “Mindful Aging” yet, you can purchase a signed copy by Dr. Brandt at the event.


Psychotherapist | Speaker | Author

Dr. Andrea Brandt is a marriage and family therapist located in Santa Monica California. Andrea brings over 40 years of clinical experience to the role of individual family therapist, couples counseling, group therapy and anger management classes. 

Dr. Brandt is a recognized expert in treating a full range of emotional issues, including anger & aggression, anxiety & trauma, aging, relationships, work-life balance, workplace, and women’s issues.

In her workshops, patient sessions and presentations, Dr. Brandt reveals positive paths to emotional health that teach you how to reinvent and empower yourself.  She emphasizes the mind-body-heart connection as a key to mental, physical and emotional wellness.

Upon pioneering a new approach to emotional healing, Dr. Brandt directed her attention to the study of anger management and conflict resolution.  In her book 8 Keys to Eliminating Passive-Aggressiveness, Dr. Brandt examines strategies for overcoming a common yet debilitating response mechanism.  In her second book, Mindful Anger: a pathway to emotional freedom, Dr. Brandt explores methods to better understand and manage the powerful emotion of anger.  Her most recent book challenges thinking behind aging, Mindful Aging: Embracing Your Life After 50 to Find Fulfillment, Purpose, and Joy.

She also trains therapists across the nation with the seminar: Mindful Anger: The Art of Transforming a Difficult Emotion into a Therapeutic Tool Seminar

Go to mindfulangerworksop.com for details.

WEBSITE: abrandtherapy.com
PHONE: 310-828-2021
EMAIL: abrandtphd@abrantherapy.com
ADDRESS: 1018 24th street, Santa Monica, CA 90403


Lillah McCarthy’s highly successful career in the entertainment business is extensive.  As Senior Vice President of Original Programming for TNT and TBS, Senior Vice President of Series Programming for the Fox Network, and Executive Producer for Sony Television, Lillah has developed and produced an extraordinary roster of hit shows from The Simpsons and Married…With Children to Chris Elliott’s cult classic Get A Life to Early Edition starring Kyle Chandler to The Closer, Saving GraceRizzoli & Isles, The Last Ship and Falling Skies, among others.   She has worked with such talent as David E. Kelley, Steven Spielberg, Michael Bay, the late Stephen Bochco, and Sam Raimi, to name just a few.   

Beginning her career as an actress in New York and regional theatre before joining the television executive ranks, Ms. McCarthy quickly rose from a current programming executive at ABC to senior executive positions at two networks. In between those positions, McCarthy supervised television development for Stephen Cannell Productions and had a producing deal at Sony Television where she also directed half hour comedies.  Recently, Lillah was head of television for Allison Shearmur Productions. Presently, Lillah runs her own production company as well as a coaching and consulting business. She is also a marathon runner.


Reserve your spot now!  Seating is Limited.