Through facilitated discussion, learn more about your peers as people and professionals - understand their uniqueness, purpose and the quality of their work.
By educating and learning from your peers, you gain a better sense of health care as a whole, better appreciate your peers' fields, and also get a better sense of what your clients might be going through outside your own treatment of them.
Experience personal and group conversations that allow you to develop more intimate encounters.
After developing a sense of who your peer is as a person and a professional, comfortably and confidently make referrals for your clients.
Due to the process of the previous four steps, the potential for high-quality, integrative care emerges.