I highly recommend this one hour video for writers and those who are psychologically healing. Thinking about ways to heal in the context of your own trials is good. That's where healing starts -- engaging the brain to the task! Talking with others -- whether they be trained professionals or trusted friends -- is also good. Taking other perspectives into consideration helps eliminate harmful tangents of over-analyzation. Writing out the details of, and your reactions to, your struggles helps fill in the gaps. Writing is a magical tool... a bridge between introspection and information from the outside world. When you start writing, your subconscious pops up and channels through the synapses between your fingertips and your keyboard (or your crayons) and sends you those a-ha moments!
Of course, I'm not a doctor, and this is not medical advice... it's an invitation to take charge of your psychological and interpersonal relationship health. Only you can do that!