FCM Foundational Counseling Seminar

restoration, healing and wholeness


Next FCM Foundational Counseling Seminar
11 May - 15 May 2020


Course fees
€ 175


€175 including housing and food
€75 without housing and food

Would you like to partner with God and others to bring restoration, healing and wholeness to the nations? People of all cultures experience the pain and suffering that comes from living in a broken world. Whether that brokenness is within the individual, the family, the culture or the nation, healing is a crucial part of the discipleship process.

Come and join one or two of our seminars that is designed to challenge and equip you with tools that can help you in ministering to others. These bilingual seminars (English/Dutch) will be held at YWAM Heidebeek, a beautiful location close to the forest and heather fields.

Seminar 1 Family Systems

Mini DTS: Coffee

We believe we are created to know and glorify God through a relationship with His Son, Jesus Christ. This is lived out first within our own families and then to a broken world that needs His healing.

In this seminar we want you to help understand the dynamics and roles in families and the formation of ones identity in order to give effective pastoral help to broken people.


I have found new hope, because I finally started understanding unhealthy patterns in my family history which may have had an influence on my struggles with feeling inferior.

Carol, student

Seminar 2: Active listening

Mini DTS: fellowship

One of the greatest gifts we can give someone is the opportunity to be heard.

There is a big difference in “hearing” someone speak and “listening with compassion”.

Active listening is a powerful tool that can effectively diffuse anger and resolve conflicts. Come and learn how to listen in a way that empowers people to name their hurts, strengths, struggles, and processes.

YWAM DTS+ - One year discipleship / missions training

This week has changed my life”! The simple, but highly effective skills that I have learned have helped me a lot in my work and in my marriage

Peter, student