June 2, 2016


Mental Health Check-in Moment: We’re still learning PODCAST

My recent interview with 702. Afternoons with Relebogile Mabotja

The 702 Mental Health Check In – Time Management

Time Management check in on 702,. A little voice note for the Mental Health Check In moment from Sian Green in partnership with The South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG)  

WFH Burnout

I recently contributed to an article on Work From Home Burnout, which many people have been experiencing since COVID-19 took centre stage. To see the original article, take a look at Just Breathe, Digital Magazine Sian Green | Clinical Psychologist  Burnout is often misunderstood and downplayed in this world of Productivity = Success. But it is real Read more about WFH Burnout[…]


Original publication: Just Breathe Digital Magazine, Issue 2 , June 2020 https://www.just-breathe.biz/ Sian Green | Clinical Psychologist  What the hell happened. A ball of pandemic stricken anxiety just slam dunked me smack bang in the face… Anxiety is often seen as a dirty beast that needs to be abolished, driven to just vanish into thin air! Read more about ANXIETY IN PERSPECTIVE[…]

Relationships under lock-down and a splash of sex!

Let’s talk sex! Come as You Are by Dr Emily Nagoski A stripped down read on female sexuality and sexual functioning. In the book Come as You Are, sex educator Dr Emily Nagoski unpacks female sexual functioning. Talking genitalia, arousal, unhelpful and harmful sexual narratives learnt through childhood. This is a great read for all, Read more about Relationships under lock-down and a splash of sex![…]

Depression in Men

Depression in Men or Covert Depression, at it’s core comes to the external expression of psychological symptoms. What does this mean? Well if someone struggles to show emotion, it doesn’t necessarily mean that they are just fine and dandy. They may be showing their symptoms in other ways – external ways! Myself and colleague Marteleze Read more about Depression in Men[…]

Sian’s 2018 Recommended Psychology Books

In 2018 I set out wanting to read a psychology-related book per month. Over the last few years, I found little time to read applied psychology books. I have generally opted for gaining applied knowledge through podcasts, TED talks, social media and so forth. This year was my year of getting back into books (and yes Read more about Sian’s 2018 Recommended Psychology Books[…]

W24 Article: Coping techniques for when you can’t get to a therapist

I recently contributed to an article on W24, the article was published on 19 July 2018, below is the article. Credit : W24 and journalist Thobekile Masombuka Please see original article on https://www.w24.co.za/Wellness/Mind/coping-techniques-for-when-you-cant-get-to-a-therapist-20180706 Coping techniques for when you can’t get to a therapist By: Thobekile Masombuka 19 July 2018 Credit: iStock. It’s important to take care Read more about W24 Article: Coping techniques for when you can’t get to a therapist[…]

Essentials Magazine: Breaking Bad Screen Habits

I recently contributed to an article on ‘Breaking Bad Screen Habits’ which is in the June 2018 Essentials Magazine. The article, written by Leigh Hermon Features writer, is about the influence of tech time on family connections, specially social media and TV dinners. I thoroughly enjoyed contributing to this piece and the challenges that Leigh Read more about Essentials Magazine: Breaking Bad Screen Habits[…]

Vrouekeur Article: Should you fight back during a robbery

Crime in South Africa is an all too frequent occurrence. One where people are under threat in their homes, a place meant to be synonymous with safety.  Recently Shanda Luyt, a jornalist from Vrouekeur magazine contacted me for input on what she described as an increase of potential victims fighting back when under threat of Read more about Vrouekeur Article: Should you fight back during a robbery[…]


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