Telepsychiatry involves the use of electronic communication and information technologies to provide psychiatric care from a distance (1, 2). Treatment may be provided through the telephone, e-mail, the Internet, and television (1, 2). Videoconferencing is a useful and effective way for psychiatrists to treat patients (2, 3). Patients and providers are satisfied with the use of telepsychiatry, which provides therapeutic outcomes similar to those of face-to-face encounters (2, 3). Because telepsychiatry is an evolving form of treatment provision, we have much to learn about its effective incorporation into medical training (4–6).