So, in a sense, you could - with a high degree of potential accuracy - say that people involved in the counter-culture have "daddy issues." I expect and encourage resistance to this idea on the part of my readers, of course. It is, however, easy to prove. It is almost a syllogism, really. If you don't have daddy issues, then you have nothing to rebel against, and therefore would have no need to cling to a concept such as "the counter-culture" because you would realize there is nothing, in fact, to be counter to.
The counter-culture (thankfully) is simply not a threat to the "Powers That Be" because of the and unexamined emotional assumptions which run rampant among adherents. In fact, the counter-culture as a whole is easily baited and positioned - precisely because of it's daddy issues. If you happen to be the authority figure and you know someone under you in the wolf pack has authority issues, it becomes a simple matter of behavioral dynamics to get them to do what you want to do. You see it in corporations all the time as managers try to subtly belittle and berate their employees in an effort to "motivate" them by seizing upon their emotional pressure points which most people wear like plumage.
That is the other thing which annoys me about "the counter-culture": unexamined idealism sets the stage for ignorance of how reality actually works. "We are now learning that consciousness and intention have actual effects on physical reality." Not true. Taking action has actual effects on physical reality. It is a simple matter of cause and effect relationships without any need to resort to mysticism whatsoever. Want to lower crime rates? Examine the social roots of behavior motivation and with implementing social programs to incentivize certain types of behavior. And keep studying the effects of and revising your actions until they cause the effects you desire. Don't just sit in a goddamned room and meditate and imagine that on some New Age level you're having an impact, fer chrissake!