(1) Bodybuilders are generally not the best bench pressers (technique or strength-wise).
In fact except for some exceptions (e.g. John Meadows who started out at Westside Barbell, Stan Efferding and Johnny Jackson who are also competitive powerlifters, Amit Sapir who was a competitive olympic lifter and powerlifter before doing bodybuilding, etc.) most bodybuilder use a bad bench pressing technique, at least versus powerlifters.
From my experience I'd say that raw powerlifters have the best bench press technique if you want to bench big weights.
(2) At your level of development not only is it okay to bench press frequentely but also a good idea. You aren't strong enough on that lift to imposte too much loading on your structure and you need to master perfect liftign technique... learning and mastering technique is motor learning and motor learning is all abotu FREQUENCY of practice NOT volume.
That having been said, it can be a double-edged sword... if you practice the bench press frequentely but with bad technique you will automatize bad technique and it will be much harder to correct in the future.
My recommendation is to bench press as often as possible. A good approach would be 3 "real" workouts... something like 5 sets of 5 reps on non-consecutive days and 2-3 days of light practice work where you simply work on perfecting your movement pattern and groove with weights that do not exceed 60-70% of your max, not doing more than 5 reps per set. We do not want any faitgue on the practice days.