A counsellor and sister of a woman who pulled her taxi over to help those injured during the Christchurch terror attacks has outlined ways locals can seek support.
Jeanette Ellmers-Ward told The AM Show people should watch out for those in their community who look like they're withdrawing, stay connected to them ,and focus on their physical health.
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She also recommends Charity Hospital as one organisation that can provide counselling to those unable to afford it themselves.
Watch the video for the full interview.