This chapter remains within the standpoint of psychotherapy and show the aspect of the big story and small stories in the psychological relief work for victims of the earthquake disaster. It discusses how analytical psychology and psychotherapy confront collective problems and tasks in the new working model by mainly referring to author's involvement with the psychological relief work after the unprecedented earthquake disaster in March 2011 in Japan. The relationship between the big story and small stories is also valid for the psychotherapy of so-called psychosomatic symptoms. Unlike in normal psychotherapy, there is a clear assumption in this psychological relief work that psychological problems are caused by the shock of the earthquake. In a workshop for nursing teachers concerned with psychological relief work for the earthquake disaster, some teachers said that they had suffering from guilty feeling because their schools were relatively safe and had less damage.