Dr. Charlotte Longley

Lecturer, School of Humanities and Social Sciences Humanities & Social Sciences

Letenska 5, Prague 1


Dr. Longley is an experienced educational and child psychologist who brings a wealth of expertise to her position as lecturer in psychology. As a practitioner psychologist, she actively supports the well-being and development of children, young people, and their families through both her role in a large international school and her private practice. In addition to her direct involvement with children and families, Dr. Longley provides consultancy and training services to educational institutions. She is deeply passionate about promoting psychological well-being and cultivating environments that support optimal development.

Dr. Longley earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Royal Holloway, University of London and a postgraduate certificate in education (PGCE) from Brunel University. She further advanced her studies by obtaining a doctorate in child, community, and educational psychology from the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust.

As a psychology lecturer, Dr. Longley is guided by a pedagogical philosophy that prioritizes interactive and student-focused learning. She advocates for inclusivity in the classroom, valuing diverse perspectives to create a collaborative and enriching educational experience for all.


mental health and well-being, positive psychology, and child development