Sometimes we are concerned about someone close to us and their well being, and think that they need to see a counsellor. However it is best for the individual if they can recognise that they need support and reach out for it on their own. We can take enquiries from you on behalf of someone else, providing you have their full consent.
If you feel that you need to suggest to someone that they should seek counselling, try to do it in a calm manner and in a private moment. Express your concerns in a judgement-free way, and back up your concerns with facts rather than hearsay. Make it clear to them that you support him or her and want to see them feeling better, and then leave them to make the decision on their own.