With the assistance of a trained debriefer, participants in simulations and other highly emotional occurrences need to explore their own points of view (frames), actions, and results that comprised the experience. Engaging in collaborative, off-line reflection heightens debriefers’ awareness of how their own and others’ undiscovered frames may produce unwanted consequences, particularly during debriefing. This practice also heightens debriefers’ awareness of their own idiosyncratic responses and frames in real time. This awareness allows debriefers to better facilitate a learning conversation. Such conversations can lead to positive behavioral changes among participants with resulting improvement in team communication and processes.