Interactionist dualism states that the mental can effect the brain and vice versa. However, there is the problem of possible telekinesis. If the mind can effect the physical, shouldn't we be able to move things with our mind? What are some ways out of this problem?
Having a testable prediction from a mind-body theory is not a "problem". This is instead an advantage, and shows that methodological empiricism can be applied to mind-body.
The tenor of the question seens to assume that telekinesis has been shown to be false. The opposite is the case. Here are three of the examples of the telekinesis evidence.
Telekinesis, as seen in these parapsychology experiments, is a weak phenomenon. Interactive dualism which is consistent with these results would have to assume a weak interaction effect between mind and matter.