An Oklahoma couple is changing the way people can get therapy.
They started a company called “Feels on Wheels” that brings therapy sessions on the road, with a mobile therapy office. The mobile therapy office is called "Feels on Wheels" and gives all Oklahomans a new way to get help. Jan and Andy Dunn started the company in May after realizing many of their clients were driving more than an hour for sessions in rural northeast Oklahoma.
So they bought a 1973 Airstream and converted it into a mobile office, taking it to areas where they saw a need.
Andy is an Army veteran and the couple says they want to give back to those who have served our country.
On Wednesdays and Friday's the couple parks their unit at the Skiatook VFW and offers discounted therapy sessions for veterans. On Fridays at 10, they also hold a veterans group session with a VA representative on hand. Jan says the feedback has all been really positive and they're continuing to grow with both veterans and others.
"The need is great and we knew that,” said Jan Dunn. “We just don't have any marketing skills so we didn't really know how we would be able to get the word out, but it has been amazing."
The mobile unit is in Pawhuska on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
You can find out more information here.