Hey everyone, my name is Tyler Kilbane. I am a second-year student in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Graduate Program. I’m from the Ohio Valley, particularly Wheeling, WV. I enjoy long walks on the beach and bubble baths. Just kidding… well I mean I do enjoy those things, but this isn’t the dating game. On a serious note, my passions are counseling and drumming. I am truly blessed to be involved in a program that is preparing me to be the best counselor that I can be. I am also fortunate to be able to use my musical gifts at my local church. God has truly given me more than I could ask for, and I want to use those gifts for His glory and for the healing of other people. I can’t wait to see where He leads me, and how He will use me after I graduate.
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I grew up number three in a family of seven children. My parents met as students at Franciscan, married, and never left. I’ve always thought of myself as a ‘traditional Catholic”—no hand-raising, speaking in tongues, etc. All that was somewhat foreign, even though, as kids, we saw a great deal of charismatic worship on campus.Details