As printed on the American Psychological Association website in August of 2013, the Guidelines for the Practice of Telepsychology “are designed to address the developing area of psychological service provision commonly known as telepsychology. The expanding role of technology in the provision of psychological services and the continuous development of new technologies that may be useful in the practice of psychology present unique opportunities, considerations and challenges to practice. With the advancement of technology and the increased number of psychologists using technology in their practices, these guidelines have been prepared to educate and guide them.” Get clear about how these APA guidelines compare with those published by the American Telemedicine Association (May, 2013) by attending our 2-part webinar series on September 18 and October 14, 2013. You’ll walk away with a clear picture of what to do and how to proceed with confidence. See this webinar description page for details. Meanwhile, your reactions to the APA guidelines are invited below. Do you find them helpful? Are you confident that you now can proceed in developing your telepractice?