Emma Huntley

Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology

HMSAS - Sport and PE


Research Interests:
Reflective practice in sport, Training and development of sport psychology practitioners, Qualitative research methods in sport psychology

BSc Sports Science (Univeristy of Lancaster), PG Cert in Higher Education Teaching and Learning Support (Edge Hill University), Ph.D Exploring critical reflection in sport psychology-based practice (ongoing: Liverpool John Moores University)


Emma completed her undergraduate degree in Sport Science [2002-2005] and took up her current role at Edge Hill University in 2006, where she teaches Sport and Exercise Psychology. She has provided sport science support for an international Paralympic team for three years, and continues to provide sport psychology consultancy to various athletes and sports. Emma is currently engaged in a PhD at Liverpool John Moores University, investigating the use of reflective practice within applied sport psychology and the development of practitioners. Other than her PhD research, Emma’s other research interests include performance enhancement, reflective practice in the sporting context, and autoethnographical methods within applied sport psychology.

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