Creative Writing Publications

  • Watts-Jones, thandiwe (2018). Belonging. Solstice Literary Magazine, Spring 2018. 
  • Watts-Jones, thandiwe (2014). The Castle, in Dismantle: An Anthology of Writing from the VONA/Voices Writing Workshop, Philadelphia: Thread Makes Blanket Press
  • Watts-Jones, thandiwe Dee (2011). Why Can’t I Find Something That Looks Like Me? New York Times, Complaint Box.
  • Watts-Jones, thandiwe D. (2008). Crowded House. New York Times, Generations.
  • Watts-Jones, Dee (2001). Embracing the Nature of Love’s Sacred Journey, in J. Levine and H. Markman (Eds), Why Do Fools Fall in Love?, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, Inc.
  • Watts-Jones, Dee (1990). The Harvest of Kwanzaa, Essence, December.
  • thandiwe (2000). Can I Get A Witness? Essence, Poetry of the Soul, March.
  • thandiwe (1999). Moving On, Essence, April.
  • thandiwe (1994). Channels, Essence, June.

Psychology/Family Therapy Publications

  • Watts-Jones, thandiwe D. (2016), Location of Self in Training and Supervision.  In K. V. Hardy and T. Bobe (Eds.) Culturally Sensitive Supervision and Training:  Diverse Perspectives and Practical Application, New York: Routledge
  • Watts-Jones, D. thandiwe (2010). Location of Self: Opening the Door to Dialogue on Intersectionality in the TherapyProcess, Family Process, 49(3), 405-420.
  • Watts-Jones, D., Frederick, A., Alfaro, J. and Ali, R. (2007). The Role of a Mentoring Group for Family Therapy Trainees and Therapists of Color, Family Process, 46(4), 437-450.
  • Watts-Jones, D. (2004). The Evidence of Things Seen and Unseen, The Legacy of Race and Racism, Family Process, 43(4), 503-508.
  • Watts-Jones, D. (2004).   In Consultation, Social Justice or Political Correctness? Confronting Racist Language in the Consulting Room, Psychotherapy Networker, March/April, 27 -28.
  • Watts-Jones, D. (2003).   Healing Internalized Racism: The Role of a Within Group Sanctuary Among People of African Descent, Family Process, 41(4), 591-601.
  • Watts-Jones, D. (1998). African-American Women’s Stress Scale, Chapter in Zalaquett, C. and Wood, R. (Eds), Evaluating Stress: A Book of Resources,Vol 2, Scarecrow Press.
  • Watts-Jones, D. (1997). Toward an African-American Genogram, Family Process, December, 36, 375-383.
  • Watts-Jones, D. (1992). Cultural and Integrative Therapy Issues in the Treatment of a Jamaican Woman with Panic Disorder, Family Process, June, 31(2), 105-113.
  • Watts-Jones, D. (1990). Towards a Stress Scale for African-American WomenPsychology Of Women Quarterly, 14, 271-275.
  • Jones, D. (1979). African-American Clients: Clinical Practice Issues, Social Work, 24(2), 112-118.