Meet the team

Photo of SallySally Horner

Interim Head of Spiritual and Pastoral Care at Oxford Health

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Prior to training as an Anglican Priest, Sally worked for many years with community based theatre companies and as a singer/storyteller.

Sally’s engagement of working with mental health and learning disability began many years ago, when as a puppet maker for a theatre company, she was sent to work in a mental health hospital for adults with learning disabilities. As a mental health chaplain for the last ten years, both in acute and forensic settings, Sally has continued to use the creative arts to complement her provision of spiritual care.

Sally is an Associate Member of the Institute of Group Analysis (IGA) as a Groupwork Practitioner having completed a Post-Graduate Diploma in Group Psychotherapy (Group Analysis).

She is involved in teaching on the Post-Graduate Certificate in Psycho-Spiritual Care.

Photo of RainahRainah Madzorera

Chaplain at Oxford Health



Dr Alex Popescu

Speciality CAMHS Psychiatrist at Oxford Health and Associate at OxCSWell

Andrew's photoAndrew Williams

Chaplain at Oxford Health and Course Lead for the OHFT/OBU PGCert in Psychospiritual Care

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Andrew is currently a chaplain at both Oxford Health and Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trusts, working across mental health (inpatient and community), acute, children’s, and palliative contexts, and is the course/module lead on OxCSWell’s Post-Graduate Certificate in Psychospiritual Care run in partnership with Oxford Brookes University. He is Chair of the Mental Health Forum of CHCC (the College of Healthcare Chaplains). He is also Safeguarding Governor at the Oxfordshire Hospital School.

Before coming to chaplaincy, he worked in many different roles including counsellor/psychotherapist with particular experience working with young people and with domestic abuse. He has also worked as a teacher, computer programmer, and charity administrator in a variety of contexts in the UK, Russia, the USA, and France.

He has a MDiv in Theology/Ministry from Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology in Boston, MA, USA, a MSc in Counselling Psychology from Keele University, and a MA(Oxon) in Music. He is a registered member of the BACP and a Board-registered chaplain with UKBHC. Andrew’s book From Object to Icon: The Struggle for Spiritual Vision in a Pornographic World was published in August 2023.

Page last reviewed: 30 January, 2024