UT studies neurofeedback and recognizes the potential

...neurofeedback not only gives individuals the opportunity to take control of their emotional states but also has the potential to revolutionize the way the public thinks about the difficult treatment of mental illnesses.
— The Daily Texan

I like this quote from an article in the 'The Daily Texan" titled "UT study analyzes effects of neurofeedback as therapeutic method" which reported on a study at the University Texas involving neurofeedback.

The article seems to describe a form of traditional neurofeedback, and also a form of neurofeedback called realtime fMRI that is used a lot in research settings.