Advance praise for Working Assets: A Career Guide for Individuals Living with Mental Illnesses:

Working Assets meets the reader where they are in the job search with respect to recovery. As a peer in recovery, I gained insight from the stories and resources, which educated me about personal common mistakes and how to move forward in the workplace. Chris covers a wide range of scenarios, topics, and concerns to empower peers.”

— Ashley Smith, blog author of Overcoming Schizophrenia, and author of What’s on My Mind? Volume I and What’s on My Mind? Coping Takes Work, Volume II.

Christina Bruni’s voice is instructive and compassionate. The mixture of memoir/self-help/how-to works well. I am a member of Fountain House. I can picture this book on our shelves at the Clubhouse. Not only does it seek to offer practical advice; it could also open doors for people, doors they thought were closed for good. And quite possibly restore hope.

–Robert Philip Crane

“An honest portrayal of what recovery is in a person-centered style. I recommend this book to any and all who have been touched by a mental health issue. The author is well-known to me and is a fighter for both the rights and the voices of people with mental health issues. Please pick up this book soon.”

–Isaac Brown