Susanne Cook is a speech-language pathologist from Germany, who has specialized in fluency disorders since 1995. Susanne worked with children, adolescents, and adults in various settings. She has been running a therapy summer program for stuttering children and adolescents for ten years and completed her PhD in Developmental Science at University College London in 2011. In line with her PhD she has developed a multi-factor model to predict therapy outcome for children who stutter. Her research interests include therapy-outcomes for children who stutter, orofacial training for people who stutter, and the psychosocial impact of stuttering on a person’s life.