Debriefing skills can seem elusive to many practitioners, and for a variety of reasons. Perhaps we donÕt allow enough time for a thorough period of reflection, or we arenÕt inspired by the right reflection question or tool. By shifting some common perceptions about debriefing - that itÕs only done at the end of activities, for example, or that it requires a set of skills separate from facilitation skills - experiential educators can easily become more effective in supporting participants transfer of learning from one activity to the next. This workshop frames the practice of debriefing according to three categories-topics, methods and skills. While some exposure to the fundamentals of adventure programming may be helpful, this workshop is designed to advance the skills of any participant, regardless of previous experience.