Journey into Self is a 1968 documentary film introduced by Stanley Kramer, produced by Bill McGaw, and directed by Tom Skinner.
The film portrays a 16-hour group-therapy session for eight well-adjusted people who had never met before. The session was led by psychologists Carl Rogers and Richard Farson. The participants included a cashier, a theology student, a teacher, a principal, a housewife, and three businessmen.
It won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature in 1968.