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Learn how to live a life of fullness and how to recover your emotional harmony with Dr Carmen Roman. She will share with you current psychology by sharing herself and interviewing experts who will inspire you.
Living in harmony is possible if you know the psychological effects of your emotions and how to handle them.
Subscribe in Apple podcast or visit www.EmotionsinHarmony.org
ESPAÑOL
Aprende como vivir en plenitud y como recuperar tu salud emocional con la Dra. Carmen Román. Ella compartirá contigo la más actualizada psicología a través de sus presentaciones o invitando a otros psicólogos y profesionales exitosos que te inspiraran.
Vivir en armonía y con inteligencia emocional es posible si tienes conocimiento emocional y sabes cómo manejar tus emociones en tiempos críticos.
Subscribete en Apple podcast o visita www.EmotionsinHarmony.org

Emotions in Harmony Carmen Roman, Ph.D. - Clinical Psychologist. English/Spanish

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.8 • 73 Ratings

Learn how to live a life of fullness and how to recover your emotional harmony with Dr Carmen Roman. She will share with you current psychology by sharing herself and interviewing experts who will inspire you.
Living in harmony is possible if you know the psychological effects of your emotions and how to handle them.
Subscribe in Apple podcast or visit www.EmotionsinHarmony.org
ESPAÑOL
Aprende como vivir en plenitud y como recuperar tu salud emocional con la Dra. Carmen Román. Ella compartirá contigo la más actualizada psicología a través de sus presentaciones o invitando a otros psicólogos y profesionales exitosos que te inspiraran.
Vivir en armonía y con inteligencia emocional es posible si tienes conocimiento emocional y sabes cómo manejar tus emociones en tiempos críticos.
Subscribete en Apple podcast o visita www.EmotionsinHarmony.org

    How can I Reduce Anxiety?

    How can I Reduce Anxiety?

    In prior episodes like “Identify Your Anxiety” and “Do I have Anxiety?”, we have talked more in-depth about what anxiety is, and I recommend you go check them out after listening to this episode if you want to complete the information you will receive today, however, in this episode, we'll be talking not only about what anxiety is but also how to reduce it.
    We can define anxiety as difficulty to breathe, accompanied by feelings of discomfort and fear of losing control, be it in your personal or professional life.
    Anxiety is a stress-related disorder, and even though some levels of stress are a normal response from our body to frightful or shocking situations when you start experiencing continuous stress symptoms in your everyday life which hinder your activities and tasks, then it is the right moment to start considering having anxiety.
    Now that you have this definition in your head, I'm sure you could think of a few very stressful situations that could lead to experiencing anxiety.
    Anxiety can be caused by multiple reasons, and many factors can contribute to it, making it worse over time. However, there are many ways you can reduce the effects that anxiety can have both on your body and mind, and sometimes, it can be even simpler than you may think.
    *We recommend checking out our episodes “How do you Calm Anxiety?” and “Will my Anxiety Ever go Away?” if you would like to get some answers to the most common questions regarding anxiety.
     
    Related episodes:
    https://emotionsinharmony.org/2020/11/07/do-i-have-anxiety/ https://emotionsinharmony.org/2022/07/09/how-do-you-calm-anxiety/ https://emotionsinharmony.org/2022/03/11/will-my-anxiety-ever-go-away/ https://emotionsinharmony.org/2019/02/08/identify-your-anxiety/   
    Go to https://greminders.com/harmony to find out how you can start automating your schedule and claim your 10% discount!
    Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us at info@emotionsinharmony.org

    • 9 min
    What Causes Anxiety?

    What Causes Anxiety?

    In prior episodes like “Identify Your Anxiety” and “Do I have Anxiety?”, we have talked more in-depth about what anxiety is, and I recommend you go check them out after listening to this episode if you want to complete the information you will receive today, however, in this episode, we'll be talking not only about what anxiety is but also about what causes it.
    We can define anxiety as a difficulty to breathe, accompanied by feelings of discomfort and fear of losing control, be it in your personal or professional life.
    Anxiety is a stress-related disorder, and even though some levels of stress are a normal response from our body to frightful or shocking situations when you start experiencing continuous stress symptoms in your everyday life which hinder your activities and tasks, then it is the right moment to start considering having anxiety.
    Now that you have this definition in your head, I'm sure you could think of a few very stressful situations that could lead to experiencing anxiety.
    Anxiety can be caused by multiple reasons, and many factors can contribute to it, making it worse over time. However, sometimes it can be hard to pinpoint the exact reason for what is causing it, this is why today I want to share with you six possible causes of anxiety disorders, and some recommendations to work on them.
    *We recommend checking out our episodes “How do you Calm Anxiety?” and “Will my Anxiety Ever go Away?” if you would like to get some answers to the most common questions regarding anxiety.
    Mentioned episodes:
    Do I Have Anxiety? https://emotionsinharmony.org/2020/11/07/do-i-have-anxiety/ How do you Calm Anxiety? https://emotionsinharmony.org/2022/07/09/how-do-you-calm-anxiety/ Will my Anxiety Ever go Away? https://emotionsinharmony.org/2022/03/11/will-my-anxiety-ever-go-away/ Identify Your Anxiety https://emotionsinharmony.org/2019/02/08/identify-your-anxiety/   
    Go to https://greminders.com/harmony to find out how you can start automating your schedule and claim your 10% discount!
    Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us at info@emotionsinharmony.org

    • 15 min
    Why Survivors of Sexual Abuse Remain Silent After Years

    Why Survivors of Sexual Abuse Remain Silent After Years

    Have you ever wondered why some victims of sexual abuse keep silent?
    The worldwide percentage of people who have suffered sexual abuse is so high that you may know at least one person who has suffered from some kind of abuse, so you must learn accurate information about these awful situations to address this topic the right way.
    In this episode, Dr. Carmen Román chats with Dr. Nazanin Moali about why some victims of abuse decide to keep it a secret and what are the reasons In addition, they will talk about different beliefs people have about sexual abuse and tell us if they are valid.
    Dr. Carmen Roman is a dedicated clinical psychologist who helps parents, families, and community leaders who have suffered from trauma, anxiety, or stress to managing their emotions, and guides them to a harmonious life.
    In this episode you’ll learn:
    Emotional barriers of an abused person Why do victims keep silent for so many years? What is true and what is false about sexual abuse Beliefs about abuse Ways victims can protect themselves Connect with Dr. Nazanin Moali
    Website http://www.sexologypodcast.com/
    Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sexologypodcast/
    Go to https://greminders.com/harmony to find out how you can start automating your schedule and claim your 10% discount!
    Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us at info@emotionsinharmony.org

    • 38 min
    How do you Calm Anxiety?

    How do you Calm Anxiety?

    Do you find it difficult to control your anxiety?
    Experiencing high peaks of anxiety can be highly uncomfortable, it could hinder your activities and have you feeling exhausted by all worrying and overthinking.
    This may be caused by the alteration of chemicals in your body or your nervous system trying to adjust to your mental state. Although this is not your fault, you can do a lot to alleviate your symptoms. 
    In this episode, Dr. Carmen will tell us how to calm anxiety with some simple and quick breathing exercises, and will also explain the difference between what is considered "normal" anxiety and anxiety disorders
     
    Go to https://greminders.com/harmony to find out how you can start automating your schedule and claim your 10% discount!
     
    Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us at info@emotionsinharmony.org

    • 32 min
    Am I sad or depressed? Part Two.

    Am I sad or depressed? Part Two.

    "Am I depressed or just sad?"
    "Is depressed the same thing as sad?"
    "How do I know if I have depression?"
    If you have tried to Google these past three questions, then this episode is for you.
    Depression and "normal sadness" can be very similar in plain sight, however, when you observe them closely, you will notice that the differences can be huge.
    Depression is characterized by continuous feelings of sadness, hopelessness, irritability, having no motivation or interest in things, constantly not feeling in the mood to do things we used to love, difficulty making decisions, and not being able to perform tasks that we usually do on or daily basis.
    These symptoms are not necessarily limited only to being psychological but, depression can also manifest physical symptoms such as moving or speaking more slowly than usual, changes in appetite and even weight, unexplained aches, and pains, and lack of energy, in women the menstrual cycle could change, insomnia.
    But the thing is, that some symptoms of depression can also be present when it comes to "normal sadness". So how can we differentiate them?
    In this episode, Dr. Carmen will walk us through the differences between depression and sadness, how depression affects your brain and body, and what kind of treatments are available to help you or any of your loved ones to recover.
     
    Go to https://greminders.com/harmony to find out how you can start automating your schedule and claim your 10% discount!
     
    Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter
    Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org
    Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony
    Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman
    Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony
    Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us at info@emotionsinharmony.org

    • 24 min
    Am I sad or depressed? Part One.

    Am I sad or depressed? Part One.

    Could you be depressed or are you just feeling sad?
    Sadness is a normal part of life, and everybody experiences this emotion in multiple stages of their life.
    However, nowadays, the term "depression" can be heard throughout society and social media as a common synonym for being sad. The common use of this term has made some people believe the misconception that depression is something that can come and go quickly and that people can get over it in the span of a few days.
    It is extremely important to understand that there are differences between being sad because of a difficult situation or traumatic event that we have been through for a short period of time and depression symptoms.
    Depression is characterized by continuous feelings of sadness, hopelessness, irritability, having no motivation or interest in things, constantly not feeling in the mood to do things we used to love, difficulty making decisions, and not being able to perform tasks that we usually do on or daily basis.
    The depression symptoms are not necessarily limited only to psychological symptoms but physical symptoms such as moving or speaking more slowly than usual, changes in appetite and even weight, unexplained aches, and pains, and lack of energy, in women the menstrual cycle could change, insomnia.
    But the thing is, that some symptoms of depression can also be present when it comes to "normal sadness". So how can we differentiate them?
    In this episode, Dr. Carmen talks about how we can differentiate depression from sadness, walking us through the symptoms of depression and giving us a thorough explanation of how it is diagnosed.
    As this is a long topic, we have divided this episode into two parts, so stay tuned for part two!
     
    Go to https://greminders.com/harmony to find out how you can start automating your schedule and claim your 10% discount!
     
    Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us at info@emotionsinharmony.org

    • 14 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
73 Ratings

73 Ratings

Elizabeth Cush, LCPC ,

Making sense of our emotions

Carmen is a thoughtful and well-researched interviewer. She makes her guests feel at ease and her expertise is really evident. This podcast is one of my favorites!

Nicole Burgess ,

Knowledgeable, Warm, and Compassionate

Dr. Carmen Roman is a wealth of information, easy to listen to and is making such a difference in peoples lives (not only through this resource but behind the scenes too).

Dr. Natalie Jones, PsyD, LPCC ,

Wonderful Resource

Dr. Carmen's podcast is a wonderful resource and is beautifully put together. I think it's really cool that she has a biligual podcast which focuses on issues within the Latino family. It's a mixture of positive and serious topics about the emotional health of the family. A great addition to anyone's podcast library.

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