Have him get his own therapist. In my opinion the two of you using the same therapist, especially in a situation where one of is contemplating a divorce (which obviously you are) is a bad idea.
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If you already think that is going to be an issue then. he should not use the same psychologist.
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You should have different therapists for many reasons, including the possible legal ramifications.
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