Join Myrna and Annette on Internet Radio : AbbaDaddy House Girls Speak Out
Providing secular and faith-based counseling for individuals and families challenged by marital, parenting, adolescent, and abuse issues.
A new endeavor is “AbbaDaddy House Girls Speak Out,” an internet radio program. We are on voiceamerica.com, then click on “Empowerment”. Type in “AbbaDaddy House Girls Speak Out” where you can listen to previous episodes or listen to us live every Friday at 11:00 to noon PT. Our reason for the show is to “speak up for those who can’t speak for themselves, speak up for the rights of all those who are poor and needy.” (Proverbs 31:8) The program provides a platform for their voices, suggestions for their situation and hope for tomorrow. Oh, one more thing, Jesus is the center of all this. Wouldn’t do it without Him!
Myrna Thatcher, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and Annette Smith, Lay Christian Adviser are the founders of AbbaDaddy House. Myrna has been in private practice for 23 years, 17 of those years Annette and Myrna have been partners. We hold Certifications of Professional Studies in Adlerian Psychology and apprenticeships in Prayer Based Healing.
In counseling we simply present the love of Jesus. He mends broken hearts. After all, God made the mind and only He can heal the mind. We are just the tools Jesus uses. With that said, there are some who choose to not openly involve Jesus in their counseling sessions. That’s fine. It’s their choice. Christ never pushed Himself on anyone and we follow His lead. But that doesn’t stop us from praying for them. More times than not, the client ends up “allowing” Jesus in their therapeutic process.
We are also not out for the money. Our focus is ministry. If you are a Grangeville Christian Church member, then we do not charge you for sessions. However, we will bill your insurance If you have behavioral health coverage. If you are not a member, have insurance or don’t have insurance coverage, but you are willing to work on your issues, then make an appointment. Let’s talk and come to an agreement that you can afford.