As a UofN Training Center we offer a variety of schools which are part of the "College of Counseling and Healthcare". These are:

All Nations All Generations DTS (Discipleship Training School)


The All Nations All Generations DTS is a classic style DTS that builds on the premise that by living as a community we can all learn from each other, regardless of culture or age. Every nation, tribe and tongue reflects the character of God and by living together we enable each other to see the different facets of who He is. Singles, couples and families are all welcome. The students often range in age from 17 to 77.

The DTS is an entry level school and a prerequisite for all other YWAM courses. 



Foundation for Counseling Ministry FCM (formerly IBC)


tl_files/images/FCM.JPG"Living Healthy Relationships"


This Foundation for Counseling Ministry school (FCM former IBC) focuses on learning relationship skills. Relationships can be a tremendous blessing, but they can also make our life very difficult. But God is a God of relationships. Lets look at healthy, biblical principles together and learn how to apply them in our own lives as well as how to be a help for others.

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This school gives you a firm foundation and many tools to work with other people - whether you will be staff in a YWAM school or work in a cell group of your home church.

The Discipleship Training School (DTS or CDTS) is the prerequisite for this school.

Advanced Training for Counseling Ministry (ATCM) - formerly MMBC

tl_files/images/MMBC.JPG"Training and Equipping You to minister Healing and Restoration"

tl_files/images/MMBC.JPGThis is an intermediate course, focusing on a deeper understanding of relationships and looking at how to strengthen our true self and eliminating what blocks us from developing a healthy Christian identity. It introduces different counseling models and tools to fight dysfunctional lifestyles and false beliefs.

Would you like to disciple and strengthen others and be better equipped to come alongside those who are broken in some areas of their life? This school will challenge you in how you see God, yourself and others and equip you with tools and insights of how to develop the full potential of what God has put in each one of us. You will be challenged to develop and practice your personal integrated counseling approach

Addictive Behavior Counseling School (ABC)

"Helping others discover freedom from addictions and other destructive lifestyles."

The Challenge:

tl_files/images/ABCS.jpgMany people in the world are caught in bondage of addictions such as alcoholism, chemical dependency, co-dependency, eating disorders, etc. because of abuse, shame, unresolved grief or other unresolved issues. God desires to set these people free, and we as Christians are challenged to help them break free from the self-destructive behaviors used to cover their pain. The healing will come as we bring those people to focus on the finished work of the Cross and Jesus.

The main skills taught in the ABCS are: understanding and leading support and process groups (Basic Psychotherapy Groups), Trauma resolution (how to deal with the roots), and addiction counseling skills. While learning these skills each student will also have the opportunity to work on their personal issues of recovery from childhood trauma, addictions, or other problems. Our focus is to train counselors who then may train others or work in a recovery type of mercy ministry. The school is not for individuals that primarily need therapy for personal issues.

Couples and Family Counseling School - CFC


“A difference that makes a difference”

The Systemic Approach to Counseling Course has a four-fold purpose that will help: 

  • Raise-up Christian family counselors who can effectively minister to individuals, couples, and families in the nations.
  • Repair the “breach” caused by dysfunction in the family.
  • Restore biblical foundations in society that will effectively meet the challenges of modern day life in the family, at work, in the church, and culture.
  • Introduces students to effective and unique interventions that can make a significant difference in family relationships