Dr. Keith Witt is here to talk about flirting and enjoyable attractions. We’re all sexual beings. Everyone of us. We have sexuality oozing out of our pores. That’s just who we are. Now we can either hide it and try to repress it, or we can channel it in a healthy way, enjoy it, and even celebrate it.
Dr. Keith Witt wants you to know that it’s a bad idea to have sex with hookers. That’s right. There are lots of reasons for this, and they may not be what you’re expecting. Watch the video to find out why.
In this episode of Therapist in the Wild, Dr. Witt weighs in on how to reduce harm from drugs for real. “Just say no!” popularized by Nancy Reagan in the 80’s, has been about as successful as the War on Drugs–in other words, a miserable failure.
The key to defusing a situation where you are being bullied is to meet it with assertive energy. That doesn’t mean bullying back. It means that you stand your ground and set a boundary, making it clear that you won’t tolerate being treated like that.
In this episode of Therapist in the Wild, Dr. Witt speaks to us about the power of eye contact. Eyes are the window to the soul and are incredible conveyors of emotion.
In this episode of Therapist in the Wild, Dr. Witt approaches the dreaded subject of telemarketers. Most people can relate to a time when a telemarketer called and all you wanted to do was yell and scream. There’s never an optimal time for these kinds of calls, but when it happens, it always feels like the worst time possible.
In this episode of Therapist in the Wild, Dr. Keith Witt talks about the disadvantages of long distance relationships. If you live 45 minutes away from your lover, you qualify.
In this episode of Therapist in the Wild, Dr. Keith Witt explains that if you’re not having regular sex in your relationship you’re likely to have problems. Relationships need an expanding sense of romance and eroticism and that requires effort. Don’t put this one at the bottom of your list, regular good sex is as important for relationships as vitamins are for a healthy body.
In this episode of Therapist in the Wild, Dr. Keith Witt explains that we’re all sensitive. When it’s broken down and the machismo is put in its place, humans are exposed to be highly sensitive creatures. Dr. Witt helps us understand how our sensitivity also affects our relationships and that 10 seconds is all it takes to damage them. Watch the video for the full scoop!
In this episode of Therapist in the Wild, Dr. Keith Witt continues his series on parenting. After offering some wonderful advice to those parenting young children in the episode “Parenting a Four Year Old” Dr. Witt handles a subject that is arguably more difficult than parenting a four year old, parenting angsty teenagers.
In this episode of Therapist in the Wild, Dr. Keith Witt reviews what it means to develop as a man. From birth till death, Dr. Witt packs more into 4:20 minutes than you thought possible. Did we mention it’s fast?
In this episode of Therapist in the Wild, Dr. Keith Witt gives us the “2 Rules for Bosses.” Dr. Witt examines two vital principles for how a boss should interact with employees. As a boss you have to treat your employees with kindness, compassion, and professionally. Watch the video for the two rules, you’ll be glad you did.
In this episode of Therapist in the Wild, Dr. Keith Witt examines another great opportunity for “Shutting The Fuck Up.” Dr. Witt reminds us that unexamined ideologies can quickly become idiotic and really suck the life out of a gathering of people. The next time you feel compelled to bestow your political ideologies on others, ask yourself, “Should I be shutting the fuck up?”
Depression is hard, it affects everyone around the sufferer. Watch this video for priceless advice on how to help a partner or spouse get through their depression.
Dr. Keith Witt provides another priceless piece of relationship advice, namely a skill that many of us have not yet learned to develop. That skill, is knowing when, in relationship, to simply shut the fuck up!
Are you able to recognize your tone when talking to people? Is your tone the sort that soothes relationships or the sort that starts wars?
In this episode of Therapist in the Wild, Dr. Keith Witt offers his priceless advice to a young couple who’ve lost their connection. Truth be told, getting back into the swing of relating to one another does require work, but it’s not hard work, once you’ve gotten the hang of it, and the results are well worth it.
In this episode of Therapist in the Wild, Dr. Keith Witt points out that we are all many people throughout the course of our lives. Sometimes, we’re happy, sometimes we’re sad, angry. Sometimes, we’re compassionate, sometimes we’re selfish, and so on.
In this episode of Therapist in the Wild, Dr. Keith Witt follows up on his priceless “2 Rules for Men” session with the long-sought after “2 Rules for Women.” These are important rules to live by, but you’ll have to watch the video to find out what those two rules are!
Sometimes we can uplevel our lives with simple principles that apply to most situations. Two rules for guys offers men priceless guidance to happy living and improved relationships.
In this episode of Therapist in the Wild, Dr. Keith Witt talks about the true story of a beautiful woman who was sick of all the bad guys in her life. She eventually found what she was looking for in a man, one who would “F#@k her and Fix Things.”
In this episode of Therapist in the Wild, Dr. Keith Witt talks about the differences in how we communicate our feelings. There are many types of talking and some of these are more fun than others, that’s why sometimes it’s best to listen to the music behind communication, this helps us to spot the difference between conversation and argument.
In this episode of Therapist in the Wild, Dr. Keith Witt talks about the American Lifestyle and how out of touch it is with the body. Listen to your body and you’ll find that you need more sleep, a better diet, and regular exercise.
In this episode of Therapist in the Wild, Dr. Keith Witt talks to us about how to drink safely and maturely. By delving into this explosive issue Dr. Witt reminds us that if you’re not teaching good drinking habits, you’ll find that teenagers teaching other teenagers to drink can sometimes lead to binge drinking, drunk driving, false knowledge, stupid behavior, unsafe sex, and general shenanigans.
In this episode of Therapist in the Wild, Dr. Keith Witt, walks us through a parallel “bleep” universe where we are forced to respond to situations not out of anger, but with a calm, reasoned approach.
In this episode of Therapist in the Wild, Dr. Keith Witt explains how unresolved men are not living up to their full potential. Not to mention it’s a huge turnoff to the ladies. Resolve yourself men!
In this episode of Therapist in the Wild, Dr. Keith Witt guides a young couple through the problem of premature ejaculation. Dr. Keith Witt reminds us of a certain technique, known as the stop start, that will improve your love life dramatically.
In this episode of Therapist in the Wild, Dr. Keith Witt takes a fan submitted question: “How to handle a dick boss?” Dr. Witt teaches us to either relate or to handle them with compassion.
This is for all the parents out there with small children. When parenting a four year old you have to remember that they’re driven by emotion and it’s imperative that you never raise your intensity level to match theirs. That’s a bad idea that will get you nowhere.
This is Dr. Keith Witt, The Therapist in the Wild, here to talk to you about lying and cheating and cheating and lying. The breakdown of most marriages usually stems from one or both of these places. Here’s some priceless advice from Dr. Keith Witt.
Dr. Keith Witt is a psychotherapist, teacher, and author who has lived and worked in Santa Barbara, CA. for over thirty-eight years. He received his BA in Psychology and MA in Counseling Psychology from UCSB, and his PH.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Fielding Institute. He was licensed as an MFT in 1975 and as Clinical Psychologist in 1988.
Dr. Keith Witt He has conducted over fifty thousand therapy sessions in Santa Barbara with individuals, couples, and families from all walks of life including the film and music industries, corporate management, information technologies, engineering, academia, the law, and a full spectrum of other cultures. He has also led hundreds of groups, and taught numerous classes and workshops.