More About the Broadcast and Host
License to Parent is hosted by Trace Embry with co-host Rich Roszel. The program includes prominent guests and offers sound, biblical parenting advice for today’s hurting parents. Our goal is to take what we learn inside the gates of Shepherd’s Hill Academy (SHA) every day and export it so that you can learn from what we’re doing and avoid the need for a residential program for your teen.
Audio and content of License to Parent with Trace Embry is updated on this website each week with the 30 Minute Broadcast and four One Minute Features. The 30 Minute Broadcast can be downloaded directly to your computer or iPhone/iPad, etc. for FREE via iTunes.
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About Trace Embry
Trace Embry and his wife Beth are the Founders and Directors of Shepherd’s Hill Academy (SHA), a Christ-centered, nature-based, therapeutic residential program, as well as a private accredited school for troubled teenagers. He has over 25 years of experience working with families of troubled teens. All aspects of the ministry operate using solid biblical principles to address life’s issues.
At Shepherd’s Hill Academy, membership is upheld within the AACC (American Association of Christian Counselors). SHA is licensed by the Georgia Department of Human Services, is accredited by the Georgia Accrediting Commission (GAC), is a member of Georgia Association of Christian Schools (GACS) the American Association of Christian Schools (AACS), and National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP). You can discover more about Shepherd’s Hill Academy online and connect with Shepherd’s Hill Academy on Facebook.
Trace is the radio program Host of License to Parent with Trace Embry. License to Parent gives Insight for Today’s Culture and biblical guidance to parents of hurting families and struggling teenagers. License to Parent with Trace Embry is a member of the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB). Trace’s previous background is in Law Enforcement, Entrepreneurship, and Christian Education.
Trace also speaks at civic organizations and churches. For other humanitarian efforts to help hurting parents and families, Trace produces parent-help videos, writes parent-help blogs, and teaches parenting classes. His ministry has been blessed to be a part of God’s work in transforming the lives of hundreds of teens and their families in crisis since 1994. He’s been married to his wife Beth since 1980. They have five children and six grandchildren of their own.
To have Trace speak at your next event, Email: Radio@LicensetoParent.org