I am so glad to read that you have done this. I think it is always best for a survivor new to the path of recovery to disclose only to safe people, those whom he knows will respond and support him. All the rest can wait. And man, do I hear you when you talk about a liberating experience!
You said: "I felt as if a ton weight had been lifted off of my shoulders." When I told my sister (first one I disclosed to), I felt the same way. I thought Oh my God, she believes me! Thinking about it later, I could see that by talking I was empowering myself once again. I was able to reject the shame and guilt and throw it back to the guy it belongs to. He had used shame and guilt to shut me up and keep me alone and frightened. By speaking to safe people I reconnected to those who really care about me and was able to start offloading all the crap he had dumped on me.
The rest of your plan is spot on so far as I can see. I especially liked this:
Small, safe steps that will bring me to safe place
A lot better than the "pain is gain" path that we often tend to follow. Who needs the trauma all over again? Yes, there will be bad days and a lot of pain to face, but the way you are doing this - safe steps guided by a therapist - has got to be the way to do it.
Well done Jaay!