I guess I disagree with my fellow expert. I don't think it is a marriage counselor that is required, but rather a sexual therapist or counselor who specializes in problems of sexuality. You can obtain a reference for a sexual counselor or therapist at American Association of Sex Educators Counselors and Therapists. I am enclosing a link so that you may get in touch with them and get a referral for a specific sexual therapist or sex counselor in your area. The link is as follows: http://www.aasect.org/ . I hope that this information has been helpful in I wish you the best.
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