The advent of readily accessible, inexpensive webconferencing applications has opened the door for distance psychotherapy supervision using video recordings of treated clients. Although relatively new, this method of supervision is advantageous given the ease of use and low cost of various Internet applications. This method allows periodic supervision from point to point around the world with no travel costs and no long gaps between direct training contacts. Webconferencing permits face-to-face training so the learner and supervisor can read each other’s emotional responses while reviewing case material. It allows group learning from direct supervision to complement local peer-to-peer learning methods. In this article we describe the relevant literature on this type of learning method, the practical points in its utilization, its limitations and its benefits.