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Abruzzi, W. (1975). Drug-Induced Psychoses … or Schizophrenia?. Am. J. Psychoanal., 35(4):329-342.

(1975). American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 35(4):329-342

Drug-Induced Psychoses … or Schizophrenia?

William Abruzzi, M.D.

Over the past few years I have been medical director of many youth festivals including Woodstock, Powder Ridge, and Celebration of Life, and have spoken and taught in dozens of colleges and universities. I have assisted in the implementation and structuring of crisis control centers, talk-down groups, and drug education and treatment courses and programs at university centers throughout the country. The raw material for this paper emerged as a result of these experiences.

Table I. Number of Bad Trips Treated

Personal practice and work with crisis control centers 1,573
Woodstock 797
Other festivals (1969-70) 348
Fallsburg 113
Dances and concerts 203
Powder Ridge 985
Celebration of Life 1,236
Total 5,255

Table II.

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