Hallo! I've only just signed up on this forum, so I don't know whether you've solved your counting problem or not, yet? I assume it's the 2 against 3 rhythm that's giving you difficulty? If you still need a bit of help, my suggestion would be to begin with thinking about the combined rhythm in slow motion. Take one group of duplets and triplets and be aware that the 2nd note in the triplet group will play just before the 2nd note of the duplets. The combined rhythm is actually quaver, 2 semiquavers and another quaver (in American I think that's 8th note 2 sixteenth notes and another 8th note!) You could try saying the words "nice cup of tea" (yes, I am British!!) to get this combined rhythm. Patience and perseverance with very slow practice will get you to the point of this becoming a natural, flowing passage. If you are still struggling and this is not clear, write in again, and I'll try explaining it differently. Good luck!
If you've already sorted it out, congratulations, and I hope you're enjoying playing the piece.