A central theme in philosophical counseling is that truth not is something, which can be communicated linguistically to another.
A human must be able to receive it, and nobody can help him by giving answers.
He must come to the truth, openly, free and unexpected.
In order to find an answer to one or the other question, the guest must therefore be guided to understand the question itself, rather than just giving an answer to the question.
If the question for instance is about anxiety, the guest must be guided to understand anxiety; that is to say: the guest must understand the one who is anxious, the human who has created the anxiety, and that is himself.