You should be able to do it OK. Besides regular tools, you'll want an in/lb torque wrench, (NOT ft/lb), for tightening the valve body bolts, a large, (6" or so), C-clamp, to compress the 1-2 accumulator spring, a HEAVY DUTY set of snap ring pliers for removing the 1-2 accumulator - at least 1" in size - you'll just break regular snap ring pliers, and a good set of high jack stands. You'll also want an 18mm wrench that you can get to the crank pully bolt with, to use for lining up the torque converter for draining, and the correct adapter fittings with 6' of clear plastic tubing to use if you're pumping the fluid out from the top tranny cooler fitting.
The above assumes you'll be changing the accumulator, (you want to), but doesn't cover what you might need if you're doing more than just the accumulator, seperator plate and gaskets, and filter. You'll also need to track down all the correct size drill bits.