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Bonnie A McKeegan, LCSW23344
Compassionate psychotherapy services provided in Grass Valley, California. 
698 Whiting St, Suite B, Grass Valley, CA 95945
(530)559-8406
Please see Google map below for directions.
Located in the Creekside Center Offices at Whiting St & So. Auburn St. 

Excellent parking.Wheelchair/walker accessibility into building, offices, & bathroom. No steps from parking lot.  
*One handicap designated parking space.*  
**Please call with any questions regarding accessibility.**  
Emotional Support Animal friendly.  

**Currently unable to accept new referrals.  Please see suggestions for finding a therapist below.**



If you or someone you know may have a mental health crisis call 9-1-1
 or Nevada County Mental Health at 530-265-5811 or 888-801-1437, 24 hours a day 
or go to your nearest emergency room.
  

Professional therapy support for dealing with grief & loss, infertility, serious/chronic illness diagnosis, depression & other mental health issues, stress, caregiver fatigue, life transitions, career/job issues, living in recovery and more… 

See About Bonnie McKeegan,LCSW for more details... 


Currently a provider for: 

  • Aetna 
  • Medicare/Medi-Ca
  • Blue Shield 
  • MHN/Healthnet
  • California Health & Wellness 
  • HMC Healthworks (UFCWT Behavioral Health) 
  • TricareWest 
  • Beacon
  • Magellan
  • Sutter & Magellan EAP
  • Cash, check, & credit cards accepted.

**Home Visits are no longer available.**


Suggestions to find a therapist

*Ask your physician or other healthcare providers
 
*Ask friends for a recommendation

*Call your insurance company - look for phone # on back of card 

*Search your insurance company's online therapist provider locator tool

  


*Call your county mental health department 

*Call the Nevada County 2-1-1 line


Link to Nevada County Behavioral Health Crisis Services page:

www.mynevadacounty.com/nc/hhsa/bh/Pages/Crisis-Services.aspx







*Many people ask, "so just what does a social worker do?" and they associate us with child welfare services. While it's true many social workers work in child welfare agencies, there are many more settings you may encounter us.

*In a nutshell we are folks with a strong desire to help people improve their lives.  We work in many settings such as schools, hospitals, hospices, home health agencies, outpatient case management, dialysis clinics, outpatient healthcare clinics, mental  health agencies, substance abuse and recovery agencies, and even in political lobbying settings to name a few.  Most agencies require a minimum of a Masters in Social Work (MSW) but some employ folks with Bachelors Degrees.

*Some of us have pursued licensing (Licensed Clinical Social Worker in California) and have the legal ability and training to offer private practice psychotherapy (counseling) services. Here's a fact sheet on our professional website for more information:

www.socialworkers.org/pressroom/2011/HSH-FactSheet2011.pdf

You can visit our professional organization the National Association of Social Workers main page at www.socialworkers.org for more information. 

Or www.helpstartshere.org sponsored by NASW for more information and support.