Professor Sue Jennings is a Storyteller and Traveller who uses Story Building in all aspects of her work. She is a pioneer of the Dramatherapy and the Neuro-Dramatic-Play approach to therapy and creativity. Sue has worked as a play and Dramatherapist in the UK as well as Romania, Greece, India and Malaysia. She has recently been appointed Senior Research Fellow of the Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham. Sue’s work included creativity with couples at the Royal London Hospital fertility clinic as well as ‘Creative Care’ with older people with dementia. She was awarded the Winston Churchill Fellowship Medal In 2014. Sue has published many books on her work including her research with the Temiar tribal people who live on the Malaysian rain forest.