Rhianna Mair

Rhianna Mair


07725 851377

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07725 851377

About me

Hey! I'm Rhianna and I'm a Person-Centred Therapist :)

People throughout my life have always described me as a considerate, thoughtful, non-judgemental person and a good listener. Only recently did I realise I could use these qualities to help others. I trained as a person-centred therapist so that I could help others in an effective, safe and certain way.

I have particular interest in working with anxiety however I am also interested in working with bereavement.

My clients have told me in the past that I am easy to trust and they felt safe as soon as they met me.

A little bit about me - I am a healthy eater. I am a fitness enthusiast, I do yoga and I weight train. I love to be creative and I share my creations online. I love to spend time with my husband and also my sisters are a good laugh too. I love to read and can often be found with my head in a book.

I meet my clients in my Consultation room in the City Centre of Glasgow.

If you would like to meet with me please phone, send me an email or a text so we can arrange a time and a day that is suitable for both of us.

I am looking forward to meeting you :)

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask :)

Training, qualifications & experience

I have a Postgraduate Diploma in Person-Centred Counselling from the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow (2015).

I have a National Certificate in Counselling from the Glasgow Clyde College (2014).

I am a member of the BACP.

I have a Master of Arts, Honours Degree in Psychology (2:1) from the University of Dundee (2006).

I have a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of St Andrews in Human Physiology (2004).

I have worked on a voluntary basis for Crisis in Erskine and Stepping Stones in Clydebank and currently still work at Stepping Stones on a weekly basis.

Member organisations


Accredited register membership

Therapies offered

Photos & videos

  • 2017


My hourly rate is £35.
I offer a reduced rate of £30 for students.

Further information

This is just a little advice, if you would like it - on how I chose my therapist. I recommend these steps in no particular order and also it is not necessary to do all these steps either. You might just see a name and a picture and go with that, these tips are if you are struggling to narrow your search.


What kind of therapy are you looking for?

If you are unsure of the therapies available to you - have a look through the therapies offered within your area and then type them into the Google search bar.
Have a read about each of the therapies and try to get a feel for them - Do they sound good or bad to you?
You can also watch video's of therapy sessions to help you get a clearer picture of how the different therapies work.
Type a kind of therapy into Youtube's search bar and a demo video will hopefully be available for you to watch.

I would look at their prices and see if price determines your choice.

I would look at the photo's and see if you get a good vibe off of the photo or the blurb then that is a good sign. Especially if it made me smile or laugh :)

If the person seemed like my kind of a person then I would get in touch with them.

I hope that helps any :)

Maps & Directions

Glasgow, G4

Type of session

Online counselling: Yes
Telephone counselling: No
Face to face counselling: Yes

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None


I am available for appointments during the week but can also make weekend appointments if necessary.

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
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