The aim of the research is to implement and evaluate evidence-based cognitive behavioural psychological services using innovative technological solutions to the geographic obstacles of remote mental health service delivery. The project will investigate the effectiveness of telepsychology (i.e. the provision of intervention via videoconferencing technology) as a method of psychological service delivery to rural communities. Using a time series, case study design, the utility of a manualised CBT intervention for depression will be explored within an Action-research framework that is responsive to the needs of participants. Recently published evidence suggests that telepsychology holds much promise, but to date, studies have been very preliminary in scope and methodology.