Emmanuel Nzabonimpa is a health professional with a bachelor degree in community health and he currently completing his master’s degree in public health with a specialization in monitoring and evaluation. He served as practitioner, a supervisor and trainer in healthcare at district hospital level before joining community based sociotherapy in 2014. He has been employed in community-based sociotherapy as district manager in charge of monitoring activities in sociotherapy groups on daily basis. He has a certificate in Group Analysis from the Institute of Group Analysis (UK) and is among the trainers for community-based sociotherapists. Since 2017, Emmanuel is working as a participator action researcher at CBS Rwanda, whereby he contributed to different research projects conducted on the effectiveness of the sociotherapy approach. He has been involved in research design, data collection and data analysis of qualitative and quantitative research projects. He is in the process of publishing findings from a mixed-methods study on social isolation among former genocide prisoners.