Caitlin Kozman (she/her) is a mental health lived experience (peer) practitioner and an Australian contemporary artist. Her experience in the mental health system has shown Caitlin the need for alternate models of care for people experiencing mental distress. Kozman’s knowledge of Peer Work has led her to coordinating new programs, facilitating art workshops, working in outreach support and advocating for peer-led suicide prevention spaces. Kozman’s recent group exhibition was a collaboration with Liam Benson exhibited at Wollongong Art Gallery (2022). Kozman exhibited at the Queensland Centre for Photography (2013), has had solo shows at Gaffa Creative Precinct, Sydney (2018), Canberra Contemporary Artspace Manuka (2017) and M16 Artspace, Canberra (2016). Kozman’s work was chosen for exhibition at the National Museum of Australia (2012). Kozman was awarded a Lived Experience Workforce Scholarship (2022). She also has a Bachelor of Visual Arts with Honours (2016), a Certificate IV in Peer Work (2019), and a Diploma of Mental Health (2020).