Lee Knight


Lee has worked in mental health for 19 years and has been an AKKF camp volunteer leader since 2011 assuming the role of camp nurse and counsellor. His qualifications include – Clinical Nurse Consultant (Forensic Mental Health), Master of Nursing in Clinical Practice (Majoring in Mental Health), Master of Forensic Mental Health.

Lee is the clinical coordinator of a large randomised control trial at the Kirby Institute – University of New South Wales (UNSW). He is also a Conjoint lecturer and academic consultant on the Master of Forensic Mental Health program at UNSW. Lee has a private practice where he assesses and treats patients with mental health issues specialising in the psychiatric sub-specialty of forensic mental health. Lee also provides comprehensive psychiatric reports for the courts.

Lee was appointed to the Board of the Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation member in 2014, Lee’s wife Crosbi also volunteers as camp psychologist and is the author of the Kooka-books used in Chat Group at camp.