Lisa Webb is Public Health Nurse who works with families to give pre-school-age children the best possible start in life. 

She is a a former nursery teacher and a trained counsellor and therapist.  She was awarded the George Medal by the Queen for an unbelievable act of bravery when a machete wielding man attacked the primary school where she was a nursery teacher.  She protected the children in her care but suffered life changing injuries. In this interview she shares how this event has impacted her life and how she has used it for a positive force in her life.

Now as a Public Health Nurse she is passionate about helping mothers thrive and speaks really honestly and openly about maternal mental health.

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