Yes Micheal Wolf is a wonderful jazz musician… there are some other great videos of him on that channel that are definitely worth checking out!
Lessons on hand independence is certainly something we can add more on in the future.
There is no real ‘quick fix’ for this. It’s something that comes with time and focused practice. Here is what I would recommend based on what has helped me develop my own hand independence…
Work on 'styles’ where hand independence is essential… You need to be playing styles where the hands have to move independently.
Example styles that require hand independence: are Walking Bass Lines and Bossa Nova Piano.
Check out the courses here:
Walking Bass: https://www.pianogroove.com/jazz-piano-lessons/blues-gospel-swing/
Bossa Nova: https://www.pianogroove.com/bossa-nova-lessons/introduction-bossa-nova/
Perhaps just pick one of the areas above (bass lines or bossa) and spend a few weeks working on this and I’m sure you will feel more confident. Just spend 30 minutes or so a day on this, make sure you watch the theory lessons, and are also working on the application to jazz standards.