Michael Madigan II

Michael John Madigan II , LISW-S

Licensed Independent Social Worker

One Stetson Square


COM Psychiatry Clinical Operations - 0559

Professional Summary

Michael J. Madigan II, MSW, LISW-S joins UCP outpatient psychiatric services in the Bridge Clinic after over 12 years working as a psychiatric inpatient social worker at UCMC. Michael has been working in the mental health field for over 20 years in community mental health, inpatient psychiatry, as well as private practice. Michael started out treating children and families, and for the last 10 years or so has mainly worked with adolescents, adults and couples. He has also been an Adjunct Instructor in the MSW program for the UC School of Social Work, the same program from which he received his MSW, since 2018. 


BA: Miami University Oxford, OH, 1997 (Psychology Sociology)

MSW: University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 2000 (Social Work)

Clinical Interests


Behavioral Disorders

Positions and Work Experience

2018 - Adjunct Instructor, Teaching two courses: Social Work Interviewing in the Fall semester and Summer session, as well as Social Work Practice with Groups in the Spring semester for the University of Cincinnati School of Social Work MSW program in the College of Allied Health Sciences , University of Cincinnati, University of Cincinnati Medical Campus

2009 -2022 Social Worker, Assess newly admitted patients on three psychiatric units (Adult, geriatric and BICU). Complete discharge planning for patients including collaborative contacts with families, friends, agencies and others. Collaborate and communicate effectively with a treatment team including social workers, OT/TR staff, nurses and physicians. Run supportive counseling groups with patients on multiple topics. Overall patient care exhibiting respect, empathy and integrity. Utilization of EPIC for patients’ electronic medical record, University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Ridgeway Tower

2007 -2022 Psychotherapist, Assess and diagnose adults and children presenting with mental health issues and mental illness related to the criteria outlined in the DSMIV and now DSM-5. Create treatment goals with input of patients that directly relate to their diagnoses. Provide individual, couples and family psychotherapy to adults and children ages 4 and up. Link patients up with collaborative resources and act as their liaison with schools, families and practice psychiatrist and nurse practitioners., Rodney E. Vivian, MD & Associates, INC, Anderson area

2000 -2007 Clinical Service Provider, Conducted biopsychosocial assessments in order to identify proper DSMIV diagnoses and help establish appropriate treatment goals for clients. Provided individual, family and group psychotherapy for children and adolescents, ages 3-20 as well as adults on a case load of 40-60 clients. Advocated for clients and made appropriate referrals. Worked in several elementary, junior high and high schools to provide individual, family and group therapy services as well as attend meetings with school personnel for clients’ behavioral and academic issues. Served as a liaison to family, schools, community and other agencies. Utilized the CATT system daily for electronic documentation as well as completing written documentation. Also provided clinical/administrative supervision of staff. Oversaw Continuing Quality Improvement for two programs., Center for Children and Families/Centerpoint Health/Talbert House, Western Hills and Harrison areas

Contact Information

Practice - West Professional Building
2120 Burnet Ave
Cincinnati  Ohio, 45219
Phone: 513-585-7773
Fax: 513-585-7781