Who We Are

Meg Reinis, MS, LMFT

Clinical Director / Founder
Brainspotting & Somatic Therapy

Meg Reinis, MS LMFT is the owner and Clinical Director of The Hive Therapy & Wellness Boutique.

Over the course of more than two decades, Meg has had the privilege of working with diverse individuals across various age groups and socioeconomic backgrounds. Meg’s expertise and passion lies in the treatment of trauma and understanding the effects on the nervous system, body, and emotional responses. In the last decade Meg has honed in on her passion for creating and developing holistic, experiential programs as a Clinical Director in residential treatment centers for both adolescents and adults. Additionally, Meg trained and supervised up and coming therapists completing their hours toward licensure. Meg enjoyed working with teams to provide holistic care for clients with acute needs, whilst simultaneously maintaining a thriving private practice. Furthermore, Meg possess specialized training in Brainspotting and The Trauma Resiliency Model (TRM) to treat trauma somatically and release its effects from the body and nervous system while strengthening resiliency. Meg is trained in several other treatment modalities and likes to take an eclectic and
boutique approach to working with clients. Additional credits include;

Podcast Presence:

  • Guest on “The Blondefiles” podcast, where insightful discussions unfold.


  • Supporting Therapist for talent on the show Khloe Kardashian’s “Revenge Body,” contributing expertise to transformative journeys.
  • Supporting Therapist for talent on the show Playground LA.

Professional Credentials:

  • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) in California, Colorado, and Florida since February 2009.

Educational Achievements:

  • B.A. in Psychology from the University of San Francicso, 1999.
  • M.S. in Educational Psychology, specializing in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT), 2003. California State University Long Beach.

Academic Recognitions:

  • Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, 2003.
  • Phi Delta Gamma Honor Society, 2003.

Government Recognition:

  • Acknowledged with the Certificate of Excellence by the Veterans Administration in November2003 and June 2004.


Meg’s multifaceted background, blending therapeutic expertise, media engagement, and educational achievements, underscores her holistic approach to well-being and resilience.

Katie Rowbotham, MA AMFT

Associate Clinician, Community Builder
Somatic Experiencing

I’m passionate about working with adolescents and young adults to help them transform their pain. It’s not uncommon to be stuck with feelings of depression, anxiety, low self- worth. Often past experiences leave us with pain that alters our ability to experience joy. Do outside pressures to be a certain way leave you with feelings of guilt and shame about who you are? These are just some of the roadblocks that keep us isolated and block us from trusting and loving ourselves.

We aren’t meant to figure it out alone and there is no one size fits all in this process. I work eclectically and collaboratively so we can explore your suffering to uncover your unique gifts as you learn to heal yourself. I believe it can be helpful to understand our pasts, and how it has informed who we are and what we believe. I am also trauma informed and utilize somatic and mindfulness techniques to develop resiliency. Ultimately healing doesn’t just happen in the mind, for true release and freedom I believe it’s important to connect with our bodies to find safety and confidence within ourselves.

I also work with clients who have had or are preparing to have an experience with psychedelic medicines. These experiences can be catalyst for deep revelations and healing.

Creating an intention is an important way to prepare for and deepen your work while in the experience. Having a psychedelic experience can be one of the most powerful and profound unveilings, yet the experience itself is just 10% of the healing process. The biggest opportunity for transformation awaits in the other 90%, the integration. Support with integrating is helpful to guide you in transforming whatever makes you feel stuck, lost, or not good enough so you can connect with your true self.

I’m a Santa Monica native and graduate from Antioch University Los Angeles, where I completed my Masters in Clinical Psychology. I completed my traineeship at Antioch Community Therapy Services, a free therapy program initiated in response to the impact of Covid-19 for both clients and therapists. I had the privilege of working with a wide range of clients, ages 23-68 focusing on anxiety, depression, trauma, substance issues and sexuality. I believe community is a necessary part of healing and something I hope to help cultivate in my work. Outside the therapy room, you can find me hiking, dancing or laying under the sun, more often than not with music in the background.

Lauren Walter-Rozells, MS AMFT

Associate Marriage & Family Therapist

Hi! My name is Lauren and I am an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, specializing in clients experiencing anxiety, depression, trauma, disordered eating and / or addiction. I believe an essential ingredient in successful therapy is a secure and safe working client- therapist relationship. I prioritize the needs of my clients by understanding each client’s treatment goals and encouraging autonomy. My goal is to help each individual to find their voice and develop skills that will support them during and long after therapeutic treatment. As a trauma-informed yoga instructor, I utilize mindfulness and somatic techniques as a path toward processing, and bring authenticity and humanness to the therapeutic space. I am LGBTQIA+ and multi-culturally informed, and welcome diverse communities into my practice. Whatever your challenges, so much is possible through self reflection and sustainable action. I look forward to walking beside you in your path to healing and growth.

Alexa Grillo, BA

Breathwork and Yoga

Health and wellness have been a passion of mine for as long as I can remember and I have ALWAYS been a girly-girl. Growing up in a house of 5 boys, I had to bring all the feminine energy!

My journey to becoming a meditation and breathwork coach began a few years ago. It started with the graduation of college which lead to huge life changes, moving to a new city, and starting my first job. During this post-grad life, I started to become anxious and fearful and did not recognize myself in the mirror. I lost interest in all things I loved, became numb to my emotions and started having panic attacks every day. This was my body telling me I needed to change my life.

Yoga soon became an integral part of my life. It felt like the one hour of the day where I could relax and release that “fight or flight” mode I was constantly in which lead me to getting my 200 hr yoga teacher certification.

During my yoga training, I noticed my anxiety creeping back in and my fears start to overpower me. I began feeling like I did not have control of my life and was seeing everything from a very negative perspective. I needed to release the harmful thoughts. I started to research deeply into natural ways to cope with mental health struggles and all the signs were pointing me to breathwork and meditation. I decided to get my certification in breathwork and meditation. I was totally captivated by the science and findings and knew I must share it with the world.

Ever since I was a little girl, I have wanted to help others feel their best. Here I am, ready to help as many people as I can become the best versions of themselves whether that is through breathwork and meditations or moving their body. I have completely transformed my life and all I want is to encourage others to do the same. I believe with my whole heart that we can be filled with happiness and happiness while balancing the other more negative emotions we may feel. The world deserves to see our superpowers.

Jillian Hood

Administrative Assistant

Passionate about social justice and driven to enact positive change in marginalized communities, I am a collaborative and empathetic individual dedicated to continuous personal and professional growth. As the daughter of two veterans, I have been volunteering at the Veterans’ West Los Angeles Home for a couple of years since beginning my undergraduate journey at UCLA. As I came to serve the residents at the VA home, I began to learn about some of their stories. I learned how their brave efforts to defend our country have left them with scars, some we can see, and some we can’t. Several of the residents suffer from a multitude of issues. From the psychological aspects of war like PTSD to the neurological aftereffects of encountering toxic agents, and sometimes even Alzheimer’s disease. This experience has inspired me to pursue the neuropsychology field. At UCLA, where I am pursuing a major in Psychology, I actively promote diversity, equity, and inclusion as the Director of Affairs for The Undergraduate Psychology Society. My profound interest in research, psychology, and neuroscience is demonstrated through my work as a Research Assistant at multiple labs across the country, where I contribute to projects aimed at improving the lives of others.