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col·la·bor·a·tion

(kō'lab'ōr-ā'shŭn),
1. A coordinated effort by two or more people or functional entities.
2. Process of working together toward a common end by various participants (for example, clinicians, researchers).
[L.L. collaboro, to work together, fr. col- (for com-, fr. cum, with, + laboro, to work]

collaboration

Psychiatry A helping relationship between a family member and a mental health professional who share responsibility for a child with an emotional disorder
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