This is a parent-education program for Cambodian immigrant families designed to reflect Southeast Asian values, beliefs, norms, and cultural practices. It is based on the empowerment model, which enables parents to connect to other parents and share their struggles in a supportive environment and helps them normalize their seemingly unique problems at home. The program focuses on family stories to illustrate problems and stimulate discussion of possible solutions. It is flexible for multiple purpose use, settings, and audiences using a learner- rather than facilitator-driven approach. Strategies to finding solutions to intergenerational conflicts provide several possible options to parents and suggesting that just as there are different solutions for different children, there are different ways to parent. The curriculum addresses issues affecting parent-child relationships in a foreign context.