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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.

Cornerstone therapists are licensed and specialize in clinical counseling services such as:

  • Depression, grief, anxiety, loneliness, etc.
  • Couples struggling within their relationship.
  • Parents improving communication with their children.
  • Children with behavioral issues, lack of focus in the classroom, etc.

Insurances Accepted:



Cornerstone Counseling Center of Chicago therapists incorporate evidence-based cutting edge tools into their work with clients and every client receives individualized care based on their needs and goals.

Our Process

  1. Call our Intake Team (customer service) for an appointment at (312) 573-8860 or complete the Appointment Request Form.
  2. Our Intake Rep will ask you a series of questions to help match you with the right therapist.
  3. Cornerstone will verify that your insurance plan covers the sessions. However, it is always best practice that you call your insurance company as well.  Learn more


What Are People Saying

Just the opportunity to speak with someone about the issues I am facing with my daughter was a blessing to me.  Neil was very caring and did give me some helpful advice.

“We encourage every member of our congregation to take advantage of the amazing resource that is Cornerstone. As a leadership team, we’ve utilized their consulting services and feels as if we’ve gone from functioning, to thriving.”

“In the church, there is often a stigma that accompanies counseling. By partnering with Cornerstone, we are changing the paradigm so that everyone will have access to the life God desires for them by working with a professional counselor.”

“We have had the privilege of serving as a satellite location for Cornerstone for several years. As the gatekeeper and shepherd of my congregation, having a place to send those in my care that I trust has been essential.”