Welcome to Renascence Institute International, Ltd.

About Us

Dr. David F. Allen, MD, MPH

Renascence Institute International, Ltd. was founded by Dr. David Allen, Distinguished Life Fellow - American Psychiatric Association and is his private practice.  We offer full mental wellness services to help our clients meet their fullest physical, intellectual and spiritual potential.

A Distinguished Team

Marie Allen Carroll, PhD

Kirk Christie, BSc, MBBS, DM

Eugenia Combie, MD, DM, MSc, MBA

Flavia d'Alessandro, MSc

John Dillett, MBBS, DM, MSc

Kavita Garikaparthi, MA, MEd

Jadetra Ingraham, MS

Grace Plank, MA, CCC

Margaret Smith, MA, LPC, LMFT

Angela Ward, MS


Open Monday to Saturday by appointment

Individual, Couples, Family & Group Psychotherapy

Treatment for Recovery from Anxiety, Depression, Substance Abuse, Gambling, Other Addictions, Trauma, Loss & Grief.  

Forensic Psychiatric Services

Professional Psychiatric Certifications

Hospital Privileges

Institutional Psychiatric Coordination

Welcome visitors & announce promotions

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Enter Sandyport and drive into rear parking lot (giving access to Mt. Horeb Baptist Church & Rubis gas station).

Park as close as possible to Lagoon Court, the long, orange, four-storey building.

Take the middle stairs or elevator to the second floor.  "Middle" is located between Bonaventure Medical Labs and Ladies Medical Centre.

At the top of stairs, walk straight ahead (west, toward the "lagoon").

Turn left and walk about three doors down to Suite #207 (look for "Renascence" sign on wall). 

Renascence Institute International, Ltd.

P. O. Box SP-63124, Nassau, Bahamas

(242) 327-8718 / 9 or 301-969-2192


Monday to Saturday:  By Appointment

Sunday:  Closed

We are often assisting clients by phone during business hours, but return messages left on our confidential voice mail.

For evening and weekend emergencies, please go to Doctors or Princess Margaret Hospital.


 "rebirth; state of being reborn," 1727, from renascent + -ence. As a native alternative to The Renaissance, first used in 1869 by Matthew Arnold. Related: Renascency (1660s