EXCLUSIVEJennifer Aniston urged to be ‘open’ to intimacy coordinators and to help ‘educate’ those who may need extra support – after she sparked backlash by REFUSING guidance for steamy sex scene with Jon Hamm on The Morning Show because she is ‘old school’

Intimacy coordinators are urging Jennifer Aniston to be ‘open’ to the need for their support after she revealed she refused help during a

steamy sex scene with Jon Hamm because she is ‘old school.’

The actress, 54, appeared to suggest she would find it ‘awkward’ to discuss how she felt about coordinating the racy encounter with the actor in Apple TV series The Morning Show.

Now, those working as intimacy coordinators have hit back at Aniston’s response, claiming she is not familiar with their work, as they encouraged her to ‘advocate’ for them on set in order to help others to feel more comfortable.

Speaking exclusively to DailyMail.com, Samantha J McDonald, an Intimacy Directors & Coordinators certified coach, said: ‘I hope someday my path crosses with hers and she’s open to hearing more about how an Intimacy Coordinator functions, and how best to utilize working with one as an actor, or director, or crew member, or writer, or producer.