Working with a team, in some capacity or another, is an inevitable experience for those working in helping professions. Despite the inevitability and prevalence of working with professionals from other disciplines, these skills are rarely taught outside of in-vivo practice while accruing experience hours. Collaboration with team members who do not share philosophical worldviews for service delivery may be an unfamiliar, and daunting, experience for emerging BCBAs. Panelists have worked in a variety of collaborative settings, including schools, feeding clinics, residential facilities, and outpatient clinics. The panelists have learned valuable lessons through these experiences about effective communication with those from other disciplines, scopes of practice and competence, building and maintaining rapport, collaborative treatment development, and how to navigate disagreements should they arise. This panel will serve to answer questions about navigating interpersonal dynamics when collaborating with other professionals and how to seek out learning opportunities that foster this skill development.