I've never heard of this Stutz psychologist before, but having just looked into him now, he does seem interesting. I see he has a couple of books out, maybe you could read them and get a "cheap" version of sitting down with him? I can honestly say, reading books has saved my life, but of course, as you pointed out, it's very easy to fall into "intellectual masturbation" and not implement what you're reading. Needless to say, reading books has literally saved this hick from the sticks.
Yes, I didn't know of him either but it seems he had been around for years working with known actors, it wasn;t until the documentary that I've heard who he was. Yes, I know about his books, there is some book called something like "The Tools" but he talks about them in this documentary anyway, it was a good watch, I liked some of the things he said, I highly recommend it. It has helped me see some things, like this "Shadow" idea. We all have an image of ourselves. But without the proper tools, this image tends to be something like the kid version of me who got bullied, things like that, if you don't feel good about yourself in the present you might tend to see yourself as some "terrible" version of you from the past.