Our expert says:
OK, so yours was the second story. Its wasn't the e=-mailing as such ( though that wouldn't be usual ) but the content and use of the e-mail. Similarly, meeting for coffee outside a session would be unusual, and it might have been sinister or just well-meant but foolish on his part. Maybe discuss this with your new therapist - its nothing for you to feel shy or embarrassed about, but worth clarifying
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