The COVID-19 pandemic shifted many traditional face-to-face treatments to telepsychotherapy, forcing many therapists worldwide to adapt effective techniques developed in face-to-face treatment to telepsychotherapy . These include supportive techniques that may be particularly important at a time of rising anxiety, loneliness, helplessness, and depression . The present paper provides detailed guidelines for therapists on how supportive techniques developed in traditional face-to-face treatment can be effectively used in telepsychotherapy to resolve alliance ruptures . To this end, we used the conceptual framework of the core conflictual relationship theme (CCRT) formulation, making adjustments for identifying and resolving ruptures in the therapeutic alliance in telepsychotherapy . We demonstrated the proposed techniques for identifying and repairing ruptures with a case study of a patient participating in an ongoing RCT, whose treatment shifted in mid-therapy to telepsychotherapy because of the COVID-19 pandemic . The techniques presented and illustrated in this article may be used in the transition to remote therapy for a range of reasons, including patient or therapist relocation and more.