The marginalization of affective domain learning – learning concerned with values – forms a significant barrier to effectively preparing health professionals for practice and impedes inter-professional education and true cross-professional collaboration. Although it is thought by many to form the basis for effective learning in all domains, attending to students’ identification with, development, and articulation of values is difficult within the boundaries of traditional curricula. This neglect of the affective domain is particularly concerning in health professions education since these students will be called upon in their work to enact the values internal to their professions both as individuals and as members of interprofessional teams. Most health professions share many values including compassion, empathy, and service. Yet students often are left to interpret, reconcile, and integrate values – their own and those of their colleagues – without direct guidance. This webinar describes the background and process of developing a process-based course focused on affective domain learning for nursing, medical and physical therapy students. The course employs guided reflection, drawing writing, collage and sharing in small interprofessional groups to guide students in articulating their own values and recognizing the values shared across professions.