Raffaella Di Marzio is an Italian psychologist and theologian. She is a member of the Editorial Board of the academic journal, Cultic Studies Review. Di Marzio is the director of the Sectes, Religion, Spirituality Counseling Center, in Rome, Italy. She is also a member of SIPR, Società Italiana di Psicologia della Religione (Italian Society of Psychology of Religion), and founded a support center in Rome for individuals directly or indirectly affected by alleged cults.
With Albert Amitrani, her article "Blind, or Just Don't Want to See? Brainwashing, Mystification, and Suspicion", was later cited in two separate articles by Michael D. Langone.. Di Marzio is a contributor to the encyclopedia: Religions of the World: A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Beliefs and Practices, as well as Enciclopedia delle religioni in Italia .
- Religions of the World: A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Beliefs and Practices , Contributor, 2002
- Enciclopedia delle religioni in Italia , Contributor, 2001
- What Should We Do About Cults? An Italian Perspective, Dr. Raffaella Di Marzio, Cultic Studies Journal, 2001, Volume 18, Part 1, pages 13-31.
- "Mind Control" in New Religious Movements and the American Psychological Association, with Alberto Amitrani, Ph.D., Cults & Society, Vol. 1, No.1, 2001
- Blind, or Just Don't Want to See? : Brainwashing, mystification and suspicion, Group of Research and Information on the Sects, with Alberto Amitrani, Cultic Studies Journal, 2000
- "Mind Control" in New Religious Movements : clarifying some issues, By Alberto Amitrani and Raffaella Di Marzio, 1998
- The Neverending Story: A comment on M. Introvigne's "Liar, Liar", Alberto Amitrani and Raffaella Di Marzio, from the Roman seat of G.R.I.S., November 27, 1998
- Oriental religions: Ananda Assisi under accusation