Dr. Grace Hadeed has served as the Clinical Director of The Family Institute of Virginia since 1986. She provides family, marital, group as well as individual therapy, while at the same time supervising and serving as the administrator of the staff. Dr. Hadeed, together with Dr. Joan Winter, Director of the Family Institute of Virginia and Dr. Harry Aponte, are also involved with leading on-going instruction that provides training for therapists and professionals. In addition, Dr. Hadeed serves as a consultant for family owned businesses, closely held corporations and non-profit organizations.
Since 1978, Dr. Hadeed has also served as a member of the clinical faculty at the VCU Medical College of Virginia, Department of Psychiatry, supervising residents in family therapy. Dr. Hadeed’s career began at the Community Residential Care for Adolescents with the Virginia Department of Corrections. In that position, she had a myriad of tasks including administration of two residential treatment programs for delinquents, clinical supervision, administration of budgets, program development, community and public relations and grant writing. Dr. Grace Hadeed is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Approved Supervisor with the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.