Infinity Mental Health

Deeply Root, Gently Rise.


Our Approach

We are a family-style group practice comprised of locally grown mental health professionals who provide high-quality psychotherapy to people in and around New Paltz, NY. We see the good in all people so that they can see the good in themselves.

What sets us apart from the rest?  
We value the power of knowledge. Our therapists don’t just give coping strategies and homework assignments, they provide important background information about the specific issue you are facing. Presenting concerns may include anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, relational issues, family members with addiction, and so much more. We like to explain the underpinnings to help answer the “why” questions that often emerge in therapy. We offer outdoor therapy sessions, mindfulness walks on the rail trail, and hiking therapy groups.

We work creatively with our clients by building on their strengths. If a client has a passion for drawing and storytelling, we will incorporate it into the therapeutic process. It isn’t uncommon for our therapists to have their music loving clients bring songs to session that help convey how they feel, or have our theatrical clients write a monologue to someone in their lives who they are struggling with.

Our Core Values

Relationships – We focus on connecting and collaborating through embodying inclusivity, approachability, availability, community and heart in all of our endeavors.

Excellence in Quality of Work – We never sacrifice quality of work, no matter what. We go above and beyond to provide a sophisticated service with top notch therapists. We strive to continually improve our offerings through seeking out education and training whenever possible.

We make therapy enjoyable!  We understand that therapy is not only made up of difficult growing moments, but it can also be fun and creative. We are changing the way people think of therapy; we work hard, but we also find joy in the process. A trusting, safe environment allows for full expression of the self. Another way we infuse life into our work is our emphasis on nature. We offer hiking groups, mindfulness meditative walks on the lovely rail trail, as well as outside sessions.


Is your child struggling with issues such as low self-esteem, difficulty making or keeping friends, bullying, anger, sibling rivalry, behavioral issues, anxiety, or depression?


Although the teenage years are known for being some of the most difficult, it is important to intervene when issues have escalated. We can help.

Young Adults

Between the ages of 18-25 and looking for some help? We understand the unique struggles that young adults face in our world today. Don’t wait to get help.


Whether you’re going through a life change, dealing with loss, struggling to manage issues related to stress, career, self-esteem, parenting, letting go, finding acceptance or reducing anxiety and depression, we can help.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are you accepting new clients?

Yes! We are currently accepting new adult and teen clients. We currently have a waitlist for children, but please call or email us to inquire on the most up-to-date status on our availability. To make an inquiry, please call us at (845) 419-3939, or send us an email:

(last updated 7/15/24)

What can I expect to get out of therapy at IMHC?

You will receive the undivided attention from a certified mental health professional who is 100% dedicated to helping you reach your therapy goals. Not sure what your goals are? No problem! Part of our job is helping you organize your thoughts, feelings and motivations to help you get on track.

How much does therapy cost?

We are committed to making top-quality therapy accessible to as many people as possible (our fees are well below the median rate for our area, and we are working to increase the number of insurances that we can accept). For individual therapy, out-of-pocket session rates range from $90-$150 depending on the provider. We also offer reduced-rate sessions (which are lower than the range listed above) with our graduate student counselors, in order to make mental health care accessible to as many folks as possible while training the next generation of star therapists.

Do you take insurance?

Some (not all) of our therapists accept certain insurances, including Aetna, United Healthcare, Oxford, and Oscar  insurances. Availability with providers who take insurance is often limited, so be sure to check with us when you call or email. To find out if your plan covers our services, you may call your insurance provider directly and inquire about your coverage for outpatient mental health counseling. You may also ask us when you call our intake line. If your therapist does not accept insurance or you have an insurance type that is not listed above, you may qualify to be reimbursed for a portion of your payment by submitting an Out-of-Network claim. To find out more, call your insurance company and ask about your “Out-of-Network Benefits”.

Can I come in for a consultation?

Please do! If you are shopping around for the right fit, we welcome you to set up a consultation with any of our therapists. This is a great way to “try on” a provider before committing to the process. Keep in mind that regular session fees apply to consultations.

What if I need to cancel my session?

Life happens, right? If you need to cancel, we won’t hold it against you. We will always reserve your appointment slot for you, no matter what. Please inform us with at least 48-hours’ notice if you need to cancel in order to avoid the cancellation fee.

Let Us Help You

Please call our office at 845-419-3939 or email us:
For emergencies, call 911 or visit your nearest hospital.


Fax number: 845-265-8291

15 North Chestnut Street

New Paltz, NY 12561