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Geldof was appointed an honorary knight by Elizabeth II, and is a recipient of the Man of Peace title which recognises individuals who have made "an outstanding contribution to international social justice and peace", among numerous other awards and nominations.
In 1992, he performed at the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert with the surviving members of Queen at the old Wembley Stadium, singing a song he jokingly claimed to have co-written with Mercury, called "Too Late God". The event caused music paper NME (who had been involved in a running feud with Geldof since his Boomtown Rats days—primarily due to his disparagement of The Clash) to call Geldof "the world's worst DJ".They can then share their problems, thoughts and feelings with other group members and receive feedback, encouragement, support and validation. Group members also find that being able help others in the group is very therapeutic. Milan has been conducting therapy groups for over 30 years.The groups he has conducted have included groups for: ocd, anxiety disorders (including social anxiety, panic attacks, generalized anxiety), sexual addictions, depression, adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse, compulsive hair pulling, bipolar and schizo-affective disorder, chronic fatigue syndrome, post traumatic stress, adolescent groups and adult personal growth groups. Milan's current groups, he can be contacted at 336-378-1200 or by email at [email protected] January 2013, Geldof announced The Boomtown Rats would be reforming to play together for the first time since 1986 at that year’s Isle of Wight Festival in June.They have subsequently announced further tour dates and released a new CD Back to Boomtown: Classic Rats Hits.Geldof left the Boomtown Rats in 1986, to launch a solo career and publish his autobiography, Is That It? His first solo records sold reasonably well and spawned the hit singles "This Is The World Calling" (co-written with Dave Stewart of Eurythmics) and "The Great Song of Indifference".
He also occasionally performed with other artists, such as David Gilmour and Thin Lizzy.
At Robert Milan, LCSW, you can rest assured that you will leave with an enhanced sense of self and hope for the future, regardless of your mental health condition, social issue or physical health problem. Milan accepts most health insurance plans and will be happy to file your health insurance claims for services provided.
Read More Robert Milan, LCSW provides individual psychotherapy, group therapy, and marital & family therapy for adults, geriatrics, and adolescents.
Robert Milan, LCSW is a private psychotherapy and counseling practice located in Greensboro, NC.
In addition to the Greensboro area, clients are often seen from the neighboring locales of Winston-Salem, High Point, and Burlington, as well as other areas of North Carolina and southern Virginia. Milan has over 30 years of clinical experience providing psychotherapy and counseling services to clients with a wide range of problems.
Along with U2's Bono, he has devoted much time since 2000 to campaigning for debt relief for developing countries.