Safron has spent her life steeped in literature, religion and mythology, fields in which she holds her degrees.
Her studies in jungian and archetypal psychology, myth and alchemy informs her astrological work.
Safron is a core faculty member at Pacifica Graduate Institute in the Depth Psychology Jungian and Archetypal Studies program where she teach courses on mythology, symbolism, research and depth psychology.
Her writing and scholarly studies focus on archetypal psychology, astrology, goddess traditions, and women's studies.
Safron is editor of Joseph Campbell's Goddesses: Mysteries of the Feminine Divine (2013), and co-editor with Keiron Le Grice of Jung on Astrology (2017). She has published articles in jungian, archetypal, and astrological journals, and lectures across the US and internationally in Europe, Brazil and Australia. More info on her publications and presentations can be read here.
Formerly Safron was the Curator of the Joseph Campbell, James Hillman, and Marija Gimbutas collections, among others, at Opus Archives & Research Center.