Kali Institute

About Us


Meet the Therapists


Most people have no idea of the giant capacity we can immediately command when we focus all of our resources on mastering a single area of our lives.
— Tony Robbins
Crystal Hines

Crystal Hines

Crystal Hines, LPC, RYT, RCYT, EMDR trained

Crystal empowers people to take back control of their lives by experiencing long term healing of their nervous systems. She specializes in EMDR therapy, yoga, and mindfulness-based approaches that help clients learn how to heal their bodies and minds. Crystal loves learning and teaching about the brain (especially in the context of understanding our mental wellness)! Crystal helps her clients to find their voice, speak their truths, and cultivate their unique strengths so that they can live the life they want and deserve.

Crystal received her Education Specialist/Master of Science degrees in Mental Health Counseling at Florida State University in 2011. She became a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Colorado in 2013. Crystal became a Registered Yoga Teacher in November 2014. Education/Work experience




When out of the office, Crystal enjoys hiking, yoga, reading comic books, and cuddle time with her cats.

Erin Linehan

Erin Linehan

Erin linehan, LPC, EMDR Certified, HTP

Erin has a unique ability to hold unconditional acceptance for clients while simultaneously being straightforward and direct in her approach. Erin is passionate about helping clients gain an authentic sense of self, while breaking through barriers to achieve your highest potential. Erin walks the talk and will inspire you to do the same. 

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Erin received her Master of Clinical and School Counseling from the University of Northern Colorado in 2010. She became a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Colorado in 2013.  Education/Work experience (link)

Megan Nuanes

Megan Nuanes

Megan Nuanes, MA, LPCC

Megan strongly believes in an individual’s ability to grow and thrive. She works with clients to help them process through strong emotions, transitions, or challenges by meeting them in an accepting and empathetic way. Whether she is working with a child or an adult, she encourages them to discover their strengths and supports them in finding balance in their lives. Megan is dedicated to working alongside clients to help them achieve their goals. By creating a safe and trusting space, Megan feels that clients can learn new skills to live a full and healthy life.

Megan received her Master of Clinical and School Counseling degrees from Adams State University in 2018. She is trained in DBT and is training to become a Registered Play Therapist. When out of the office, Megan enjoys time with her son, laughing, and going on silly adventures.

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Dulcey Simpkins

Dulcey Simpkins

Dulcey Simpkins, Phd, Certified Rolfer

Dulcey helps people struggling with chronic pain and limited mobility through Rolfing® Structural Integration, a logical series of manual therapy and movement education sessions designed to release difficult holding patterns. She specializes in releasing the lingering restrictions of old injuries/surgeries, optimizing movement efficiency for athletes at all levels, and helping older adults improve balance and range of motion. Dulcey is also experienced in helping women navigating life transitions, as well as with recovering structural integrity after giving birth and after the physical strain of caring for young children.

Dulcey graduated from the Rolf Institute for Structural Integration in Boulder, CO and continues studying movement education, and psychological and anatomical approaches for lasting change in the body. She brings decades of embodiment practices to her work, including advanced training in Aikido, Iyengar yoga and mindfulness meditation. She has also achieved a Ph.D. in Political Science, and a Master’s in Resource Policy at the University of Michigan. She still trains in Aikido and enjoys hiking, yoga, Gyrotonic®, fiber arts and books of all kinds.

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