A majority of patients were female, married, and college educated. Most participants had lived in the United States for over ten years and described their physical health status as poor to fair. Patients showed improved outcomes in depression and anxiety. For example, a 43-year-old Korean female presented to the program with an eight-year history of anxiety complicated by complex psychosocial stressors related to her marriage and emigration to the United States. After engaging in treatment via telepsychiatry and receiving psychoeducation regarding mental health treatment options, she responded well to antidepressant medication and supportive therapy provided in the telepsychiatry sessions and reported a dramatic decrease in overall anxiety symptoms. Similarly, there was a significant reduction in psychological distress, anxiety, and depression for the majority of patients who participated in the program.