This article describes the facilitation skills relevant to asset-based transdisciplinary team collaboration within an Early Childhood intervention social setting in rural KwaZulu-Natal. The authors describe the conceptual framework of the
underlying study, the methodology and the findings, the facilitation skills that
have been identified, and the attitudes, values, knowledge and complimentary
approaches that were deemed necessary by the participants for the effective
and successful utilization of these facilitation skills. The article concludes
with the implications for future research and training within community psychology in general, and with regard to facilitation skills within an asset-based transdisciplinary approach in particular.