About Us

Hello, I'm Winnis Chiang

I help Asian Americans to get along with, enjoy, and influence the people they love in spite of differences and conflicts by living out their faith through the Parenting ABC process.

About Parenting ABC

Parenting ABC is an organization dedicated to consulting, training and coaching Asian American couples and parents to make a difference in the lives of children, youth, and young adults.

Founded in the Silicon Valley in 2005, we help stressed-out and frustrated Asian American parents to understand and connect with their spouse and American Born children (ABC) so that they can get along with, enjoy each other, and feel confident and competent raising their kids successfully together as a team.

To break destructive cycles caused by expectation, value and culture differences, Parenting ABC focuses on helping Mandarin-, Cantonese- and English-speaking parents to (re-)connect by first practicing communication that helps, not hurt!

More about Winnis Chiang, MA, Retired LMFT

Founder Winnis Chiang is a retired licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who used to be a software engineering manager in the Silicon Valley.  She is passionate about helping young people and their parents who speak Mandarin, Cantonese or English.  

Winnis was a LMFT in private practice in California from April 2003 until her retirement in October 2022.  She holds a Master of Arts degree in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling from Western Seminary and a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from U.C. Berkeley.  Her former careers include being a software engineer, software development manager, stay-at-home mom, counselor at a residential recovery program for women and their young children, counselor of kids and teens at public schools, and the children's minister at a Christian Church.  Winnis is a Prepare/Enrich Facilitator, and member of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC), and the International Christian Coaching Association (ICCA).

Winnis (born in Hong Kong) and her husband (born in Taiwan) have been married for decades after only three months of dating.  After struggling with their marital and parenting challenges, Winnis had a turning point in 1989 and her life, marriage, family and career have not been the same.  She and her husband have one son (an ABC), a daughter-in-law and many grandchildren.

For the personal story of Winnis, please read article "Love, So Amazing!" published by Challenger, Apr-Jun 2011, CCMUSA HERE.