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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Rehabilitation 2019

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‘Don’t take those drugs’: A history of addiction rehabilitation in Berkeley from 1960 to the present

The war on drugs was political, but drugs’ prevalence was social and cultural. Don Lattin, a former Daily Californian staff writer who attended UC Berkeley in the early 1970s, recounted the drug scene: According to Lattin, people in the ‘60s went out to seek mental tranquility, a mystical feeling embodying “a sense of oneness with the universe, with the earth, with nature, with other people

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I revisit my adolescent angst in the dramatic throes of Linkin Park’s “Numb,” and I cringe at my compulsory desire for heterosexuality when I hear the Jonas Brothers sing “When You Look Me in the Eyes.”
I revisit my adolescent angst in the dramatic throes of Linkin Park’s “Numb,” and I cringe at my compulsory desire for heterosexuality when I hear the Jonas Brothers sing “When You Look Me in the Eyes.”
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The war on drugs was political, but drugs’ prevalence was social and cultural. Don Lattin, a former Daily Californian staff writer who attended UC Berkeley in the early 1970s, recounted the drug scene: According to Lattin, people in the ‘60s went out to seek mental tranquility, a mystical feeling embodying “a sense of oneness with the universe, with the earth, with nature, with other people
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The war on drugs was political, but drugs’ prevalence was social and cultural. Don Lattin, a former Daily Californian staff writer who attended UC Berkeley in the early 1970s, recounted the drug scene: According to Lattin, people in the ‘60s went out to seek mental tranquility, a mystical feeling embodying “a sense of oneness with the universe, with the earth, with nature, with other people
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I revisit my adolescent angst in the dramatic throes of Linkin Park’s “Numb,” and I cringe at my compulsory desire for heterosexuality when I hear the Jonas Brothers sing “When You Look Me in the Eyes.”
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I revisit my adolescent angst in the dramatic throes of Linkin Park’s “Numb,” and I cringe at my compulsory desire for heterosexuality when I hear the Jonas Brothers sing “When You Look Me in the Eyes.”
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It would be easy to go down the IMDb list of addiction films to examine the nuances of how these stories have been told. But we don’t have to look back so far, considering two films about addiction and rehabilitation are right in our rearview mirror.
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It would be easy to go down the IMDb list of addiction films to examine the nuances of how these stories have been told. But we don’t have to look back so far, considering two films about addiction and rehabilitation are right in our rearview mirror.
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In the context of rehabilitation, art therapy is a tool for clients who are not entirely ready or completely able to articulate their emotions. It offers them a palette and a platform to represent their thoughts without having to string together words and without fear of saying the wrong thing.
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In the context of rehabilitation, art therapy is a tool for clients who are not entirely ready or completely able to articulate their emotions. It offers them a palette and a platform to represent their thoughts without having to string together words and without fear of saying the wrong thing.
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At the 50th Grammy Awards in 2008, Winehouse took home the prize for best new artist as well as the song of the year and record of the year awards for “Rehab.” While Winehouse became a cultural phenomenon worldwide, her impending doom became evident as the lyrics of Back to Black manifested into real-life events.
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At the 50th Grammy Awards in 2008, Winehouse took home the prize for best new artist as well as the song of the year and record of the year awards for “Rehab.” While Winehouse became a cultural phenomenon worldwide, her impending doom became evident as the lyrics of Back to Black manifested into real-life events.
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What was thought to be a run-of-the-mill flu has metamorphosed into an illness that has thrown a wrench into Harris-Dyson’s plans for a prosperous freshman 2017-18 season.
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What was thought to be a run-of-the-mill flu has metamorphosed into an illness that has thrown a wrench into Harris-Dyson’s plans for a prosperous freshman 2017-18 season.
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Rehabilitation takes many different forms, but they all strive for the same goal: to help individuals heal and recover from past traumas. This certainly isn’t easy — especially when there aren’t enough resources to go around — and this issue of The Daily Californian is dedicated to giving community members the opportunity to share the struggles they’ve faced in their path to recovery.
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Rehabilitation takes many different forms, but they all strive for the same goal: to help individuals heal and recover from past traumas. This certainly isn’t easy — especially when there aren’t enough resources to go around — and this issue of The Daily Californian is dedicated to giving community members the opportunity to share the struggles they’ve faced in their path to recovery.
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