The Rubin Matthew Weiner
"In writing, you can force it and push it and talk it out, but in the end, your subconscious does all the work." - Matthew Weiner
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Matthew Weiner is the series creator and executive producer for Mad Men, soon entering its fourth season. Since its debut, the series has been decorated with numerous awards- including two Emmys® for Outstanding Drama Series and two Golden Globes® for Best Television Drama Series.
Weiner was an executive producer and writer on The Sopranos. Before The Sopranos, Weiner wrote for various television series, including The Naked Truth, Becker, and Andy Richter Controls the Universe. He also wrote and directed the independent feature, What Do You Do All Day?
Weiner currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife and four sons.
Morgan Stebbins, MDiv, LMSW, studied comparative religion at UC Berkeley where he was also a member of the San Francisco Zen Center sangha. He received his divinity degree from Union Seminary and social work degree from Columbia, before training in Jungian psychoanalysis at the New York Jung Institute. He has a private practice in New York and is a faculty member and Director of Training of the Jungian Psychoanalytic Institute.
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Programs presented in association with the C.G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology.