Cornerstone Counseling Center of Chicago
First Free is not affiliated with Cornerstone, but we are glad to make satellite office space available to them as a church partner.
Cornerstone is a faith-based provider and they offer services for adults, children, and families. The therapist serving First Free is Kevin Gwin. He has experience with relationships, loss, trauma, and crisis situations.
If you would like to make an appointment with Kevin, contact CCCOC directly at (312) 573–8860, or make your request online. Be sure to tell them you’re from First Free Note that at this time, all sessions are held virtually. Cornerstone clients have found online sessions to be helpful and convenient.
Cornerstone Counseling Center of Chicago provides exceptional counseling and personal development services to individuals of all ages, couples, and families from a faith-based perspective. We would love to work with you to find a counselor well-suited to talk with you about your life situation.
Our therapists incorporate cutting edge tools into their work with clients and every client receives individualized care based on their needs and goals. In addition to individual, family, and couples counseling, CCCOC partners with schools, churches, businesses, and other organizations through counseling, seminars, and consultation.CCCOC website >>
Cornerstone accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield and Aetna insurance. However, if you don’t have insurance, First Free may be able to cover the cost of your first two sessions.
About the Clinician
Kevin Gwin, M.A. Therapist
Primary Areas of Care: : Couples, Emerging Adults, and Life Transitions
Kevin has served as a Pastor and in nonprofit leadership for 18 years. He has experience with relationships, loss, trauma, and crisis situations. He has a particular interest in emerging adults.
Kevin offers a space of grace and acceptance as he works with his clients to pursue a place of wellness. He helps clients discover their worth and purpose so they can find meaningful and hope-filled lives. For those who desire integration of spirituality, Kevin blends his pastoral background into his therapeutic care.
Kevin earned his bachelor’s in Bible from Cedarville University and his masters in Christian formation from Wheaton College and his master’s in Counseling Psychology from North Park University.
In his free time, he enjoys reading, travel, golf, and spending time with his family.