About UFLIPP

Our company is the result of our passion for kids. We believe children should be allowed to enjoy life, free of worry and stress. However, we also understand the substantial challenges for children in today’s world. Our products and services are designed to encourage children to discover their own personal strengths and learn how to use them in their daily lives. 

Our education and experience working with children in individual and group settings, collectively spans over 50 years. Our areas of expertise include clinical psychology, school psychology, counseling, social work, special education, and speech/language pathology. Throughout our professional careers, we have helped countless children gain critical coping skills.

UFLIPP Founders:

Sara Jensen-Fritz, MS, Psy.S., LP
Sara has a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology (Applied Behavioral Analysis) and a Specialist degree in School Psychology. She has 18 years of experience and currently works in the school system with children from Kindergarten through Eighth grade.  She enjoys working with children of all ages, but feels that young children, in particular, need consistent instruction in positive reframing to create a solid base of early coping skills.
Paula Jones-Johnson, BSW, M. Ed.
Paula has worked as a School Social Worker in an elementary setting for 17 years. She helps the child find success by advocating for the child within the home, school and community. Paula serves numerous children by helping to promote their social well-being and sense of responsibility. She finds her most enjoyable time is when she is able to connect with the children individually, in one of her many groups, in the hallways, or in the classrooms.
Thea L. Zitzow,  BS, M.Ed.
Thea has degrees in speech pathology and special education.  She has over 25 years of experience working with children as a speech/language clinician and/or special education teacher.  Over the past 5 years, Thea has primarily worked with children with autism spectrum disorder.  She enjoys helping children discover ways to interact with others and cope with the daily stressors in their lives.