This article tells a tale in three parts—from the inspirational starting point of the “Storytelling in Health” conference (Swansea 2017; explored in part one) to the development of a fixed-term digital storytelling group program (explored in part two) to what is now an open-ended creative therapy group for women that the two authors are part of (part three.) We include a prologue (the story behind the story), an epilogue (review of the story), and a metalogue (authors’ reflections on the story). The article tracks the development of these three phases and offers and invites reflection points, references relevant theory, and provides feedback from the groups, which opens up the possibility for future research in this innovative area of practice.
Salter, Leah and Newkirk, Jemma
"Collective Storytelling for Health: A Three-Part Story,"
Storytelling, Self, Society: Vol. 15:
1, Article 7.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/storytelling/vol15/iss1/7