Sharon Waxkirsh



Founder and director of the Academy for Hypnosis and co-founder of the renowned Institute of Hypnotherapy for Medical and Dental Practice (IHMDP), Sharon has successfully trained hundreds of dentists, doctors, surgeons and hypnotherapists around the world, in the use of hypnosis in medical and dental settings.

Specialising in Medical and Dental Applications of Hypnosis 

 Including Hypnoanalgesia and Hypnoanesthesia 

The 1-Year Accreditation Progam is now open for registration 


Aimed at Medical & Dental Professionals, or Hypnotherapists who what to work in Medical and Dental settings, this 1-year accredited program combines online line video training, supervision, and practical sessions.

With 200 hours of study, you will achieve accreditation with the Academy for Hypnosis. A further 100 hours of study/supervision you can gain accreditation as a Clinical Hypnotherapist with the ACHE. 

For more info and to register for the training

Michael Mezmer
Past President - ACHE

"You are absolutely, without question, in the hands of one of the best practitioners in the world!"


How waking suggestion can improve communication with your patients

Drawing on simple hypnotic techniques, Sharon shows you how to move your patients from fear to compliance using waking suggestions and other hypnotic techniques.

Four video lessons take you step-by-step through building rapport with your patient, in order to understand their fears and give them a better experience.

Pay what you think this course is worth to you and your patients.

Register for the training

Learn new techniques

Understand about waking suggestion and how it can benefit your practice

New ways to help patients

Sharon shares a story of how she helped a 9-year-old who would not sleep at night

Phobic patients

Understand how you can help patients who are refusing to have treatment

It's all about control

Help your patients take back control of their healing

Practice what you preach

Sharon demonstrates the power of self-hypnosis for handling pain, by having a wisdom tooth extracted without anesthetic. The procedure was performed by Dr. Michael White at his surgery in Wimpole Street.

Watch the full video here