Telehealth for psychiatry involves remote mental health services through video calls. Patients require a device like a smartphone, tablet, or computer with a camera, microphone, and internet connection. Video conferencing software, often encrypted for security, enables real-time communication between the patient and psychiatrist or therapist. Adequate lighting and a comfortable environment are important for effective communication. Technical requirements include a reliable high-speed internet connection, updated software, and familiarity with the chosen video conferencing tool to ensure a seamless and confidential virtual psychiatric session. Patients should have a quiet, private space for sessions to maintain confidentiality. Additionally, patients should consider using headphones for improved communication. Familiarity with basic technology operations like joining video calls, muting/unmuting, and sharing screens is essential. Additionally, a willingness to engage openly in virtual sessions and adhere to scheduled appointments contributes to a successful telepsychiatry experience.