K.O.M.P. K.A.M.P. is a Saturday grief camp and a way for kids 5-18 to process grief and persevere the memories of a beloved parent(s).

Spacing is limited call 704.774-7249 or email info@dianejtomlin.com for more information.



      Registration fees                                    Camp fees                                         Day/times Saturdays

__$7.00 per child                            __$20.00 per session (1.5 hrs.)           __10:00am – 11:30pm (ages 5-9)

__$5.00 2nd child (family)           __$35.00 twice/Bi-wkly. (3 hrs.)        __12:00pm – 1:30pm (ages 10-14)

__$3.00 3rd+ (same family)         __$75.00 Monthly/wkly.  (6 hrs.)      __2:00 pm – 3:30 pm(ages 15-18)

Please Note!

Virtual mental health therapy is NOT a replacement for emergency crisis services. If you are in crisis and experiencing suicidal thoughts (self-harm), or homicidal thoughts (threat to others) call 911 immediately or contact  the new national suicide and crisis prevention hotline at 988

If you would like to continue – feel free to schedule an appointment by clicking on the “schedule now” button.

General Questions

What is mental health?

Mental health according to (Webster Dictionary) is the condition of being sound mentally and emotionally that is characterized by the absence of mental illness and by adequate adjustment especially as reflected in feeling comfortable about oneself, positive feelings about others, and the ability to meet the demands of daily life; the general condition of one’s mental and emotional state.

How do I know if I'm unwell?

Any of a broad range of medical conditions (such as major depression, schizophrenia, obsessive compulsive disorder, or panic disorder) that are marked primarily by sufficient disorganization of personality, mind, or emotions to impair normal psychological functioning and cause marked distress or disability and that are typically associated with a disruption in normal thinking, feeling, mood, behavior, interpersonal interactions, or daily functioning.

What are signs of mental health problems?

Examples of signs and symptoms include:

Feeling sad or down

Confused thinking or reduced ability to concentrate

Excessive fears or worries, or extreme feelings of guilt

Extreme mood changes of highs and lows

Withdrawal from friends and activities

Significant tiredness, low energy or problems sleeping

For a complete list visit: www.mayoclinic.org

Can you prevent mental health problems?

There’s no sure way to prevent mental illness. However, if you have a mental illness, taking steps to control stress, to increase your resilience and to boost low self-esteem may help keep your symptoms under control. Find the steps at: www.mayoclinic.org

What options are there for sessions, prices, and how long are they?
  1. 15-minute consultation – $70
  2. 30-minute session – $135
  3. 55-minutes session – $285
  4. Monthly – 4/55-minute sessions – $1,120
Do you accept insurance?

DJ Tomlin Consulting accepts the following payments for services:

Self-pay: Visa, Mastercard. American Express, Discover

Please verify insurance coverage prior to scheduling.

Now accepts: Aetna, BCBS-NC, and Evernorth insurance, United Healthcare – OON

***Please verify insurance coverage prior to scheduling appointments. DJTC can assist with filing claims, if necessary***

Does DJTC have in-person session options?

At this time DJTC only offers HIPPA compliant virtual consulting services in the state of North Carolina. However, in person will be considered in the future.

What do I do if I'm worried about my mental health? How can I schedule an appointment?

DJTC has several options, including for a consultation to talk with a therapist about your concerns. Click on any button on the website to be taken to the scheduling calendar. There you will be prompted to select a time for your session and to complete a questionnaire for your service choice. Then your will be guided to complete and pay for your session, at that time DJTC will be notified of your schedule and receive the questionnaire to prepare for your session. DJTC can not wait to meet with you. Thank you in advance.

Areas of focus and who we serve.

DJTC Practice

DJTC practice is to be culturally, and spiritually sensitive to everyone. Some focus areas range from depression, anxiety/panic, adjustment issues, to grief, job stress, spirituality, PTSD, and relationships. Strategies and coping skills which address grief, spiritual dilemmas, stress, depression, and anxiety.


DJTC works with individuals between the ages of 18 years of age through 99 years young to address the challenges of life, feelings of self-worth, self-care, family, aging concerns or lose of a spouse.


DJTC will works with children from 6 years of age through 17 years of age. Focusing on self-esteem, emotions, feelings, adjustment to adulthood, loss of a parent, and self-control.


DJTC does premarital and marriage counseling, relationship communication, empty nesters, loss of a child, spiritual and cultural difference, and aging together.


DJTC embraces the family and will work to assist in strengthening family bonds, communication, dealing with grief, and how to relate to spiritual and cultural differences within the family.

Envision. Inspire. Challenge. Change.

Inspiring others toward achieving their goals by overcoming life’s challenges, and obstacles. Start overcoming the negative effects of anxiety, depression, and grief over life’s traumatic events. Learn to GUARD your heart.



Charlotte, NC 28215