Amy Warmingham

Contributing Faculty
College of Psychology and Community Services
Ph.D. Human Services

Amy M. Warmingham received her PhD in Human Services with a concentration in Criminal Justice at Walden University in August 2017. She currently serves as Contributing Faculty in the School of Counseling and Human Services as well as Adjunct Faculty – Forensics at Walden University. In addition, Dr. Warmingham also teaches full time at Cape Fear Community College in the Human Services Technology – Substance Abuse program. She teaches or has taught Research Methods and Data Analysis at the undergrad level as well as Forensic Psychology, Criminology, Victimology, Substance Abuse Issues, Counseling, Case Management, Juvenile Justice, Sociology, and Human Services Capstone. Dr. Warmingham’s research background is in juvenile justice services. She is also a member of the North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence.


PhD, Walden

MA, UMass Lowell

Graduate Certificate, UMass Lowell

Graduate Certificate, UMass Lowell

BA, SUNY Institute of Technology

AAS, Herkimer County Community College

Public Service

North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence , Member -