fiction has had an amazing impact on my healing, mostly just by making me feel less alone, less wierd, and reading stories about girls with endings that always work out in healing.
"When She Hollers" by Cynthia Voigt - I picked this up at a rummage sale a few years ago, when I was pretty much ignoring what had happened to me. it deals with sexual abuse from a stepfather, but it really opened the flood gates on everything for me. it's a really fast, easy (not emotional wise) read.
"Speak" by Laurie Halse Anderson - this was a really popular teen book two years ago. I borrowed it from a friend and read it in a way. it was really powerful to me because I felt the same way that the girl did, except I didn't let people see it.
I also found that "The Luckiest Girl in the World" by Steven Levenkron triggered a lot of new realizations about my life, even if they were not specifically about the assult. it reads more like a case study than a true novel. still, it's an amazing novel for those who inflict self harm. (and the girl has my same first name, which just hit me even harder.)