Throughout the years, there have been countless definitions of stuttering. These definitions may vary from different experiences and perspectives (from people who stutter, researchers and clinicians or society in general). The term “stuttering” or “stammering” may refer to speech behaviors that are judged to be atypical, such as repetitions of sounds and/or syllables, prolongations, and/or blocks of an involuntary nature and with variable duration. The person who stutters experiences a loss of control that can lead to behavioral, cognitive, emotional, and physiological reactions. Recent studies indicate that for adults who stutter “the term stuttering signifies a constellation of experiences beyond the observable speech disfluency behaviors that are typically defined as stuttering” so the term can be used holistically to describe the overall impact of living with the condition (Tichenor & Yaruss, 2019).