Not in the sense that he has something like Bipolar or Schizophrenia, but from what you have told me, he may have a personality disorder.
Therapists, for the most part, want to help people. There a few who are in it for bad reasons but most want to help. They want to make people better. In order to do that, they need to be well trained and follow their professions guidelines. If you are being helped as a client, you may have times you feel drained, upset or experience an increase in your symptoms. But that should not be from what your therapist is doing to you. It should be because therapy is a process of working through emotions, some of them painful and difficult. Your therapist is only there to guide you. You do the work and they use their training and knowledge to help you.
From your description however, this man is doing wrong by you. He is touching you (definitely against ethical standards), he is manipulating you, and he is putting his needs into the relationship. He is using his position to dominate and manipulate. I can tell because of what you have told me and because my experience and education. Most of what he is doing goes against my professions ethicial stanards. I know what therapy is supposed to be like since I have been a therapist for many years. I also have peers in the field and mentors. Our profession is held to a high ethical standard because of the harm we could do. That is also why we are licensed and required to have consistant continuing education.
You opened up with me. I didn't need to manipulate you, touch you or try to blame you for anything. Neither should he. If thousands of other therapists can help people without laying a hand on them and by keeping their own personal feelings out of therapy, so could he. If he cannot do therapy without touching or manipulation, then he should not be in the profession. He is doing more harm that good. He does not need to be close to you or want to help you so badly he needs to touch you or tell you he loves you. No other therapist I know would ever do such things. Nor would anyone else in any other profession.
You would not be feeling this way if your therapy was the way it's supposed to be. There would not be confusion, doubt or questions. You would be focused on how you feel not on what he is doing. Therapy is supposed to be about you, not your therapist or a relationship with your therapist. And that is what your therapy has become, a relationship and a harmful one at that.