This article is the result of research on radicalism in Indonesia. Radicalism is an extreme act carried out by certain people or groups. Extreme changes in the social, political, cultural and religious spheres. Sometimes it uses violence as a way of moving. In the present context, the radicalism movement has become the concern of several institutions to study it. Because the movement is not only extreme but also very militant. The radicalism movement always uses the potential of human resources to mobilize members, create networks, coordinate activities, mobilize people, create conflict and confrontation. The radicalism movement is very active in fighting for their ideals by developing and intensifying "issues" about politics "counter-discourse" or "counter-domination" of the state and society. In these conditions, radicalism studies are needed as a first step to model responses, whether carried out by the government or community institutions. This article uses a virtual ethnographic methodology. The process is by tracing the digital footprint of religious organizations' views on radicalism. In this case, specifically the views of Nahdatul Ulama, Muhammadiyah and Persis. The analytical approach uses rational-emotive counseling diagnosis. The results of this study are expected to contribute to the parties concerned about the model of prevention of radicalism in the counseling analysis approach.