Patrick Dati

Patrick Dati is an author, motivational speaker and advocate, who has delivered speeches across the United States to audiences of every age and demographic.  Patrick’s speeches give his audiences the understanding that healing is possible!  That you too can survive and heal. 


Patrick has spoken among a broad spectrum of industries and organizations as well as multiple media channels such as CNN, ABC, NBC, FOX news in addition to several radio shows and podcasts.  In 2011, Patrick was chosen by the SAMHS/US Department of Health and Human Services as one of six trauma victims survivors as their 2012 spokesperson.  In 2016, Dati received a reply from President Obama honoring him for telling his story and being the type of survivor who helps victims.    


As a gay male advocate for ending domestic abuse, Patrick believes domestic violence is not just a women’s issue, it’s everyone’s issue. He is the author of his moving personal memoir, “I AM ME”, and in his powerful presentations, Patrick describes the painful domestic verbal abuse he endured from ex-wives and the physical abuse he suffered from his first LGBTQ partner.  It can happen in heterosexual or same-sex relationships. It happened to Dati and he survived.


If you are a man and are being abused or have recently escaped an abusive relationship, please know that you are not alone.  Men are the Overlooked Victims of Domestic Violence, Dati is now the voice for men/LGBTQ everywhere!


Our lives are so complicated yet Patrick has a mission in life and is determined to accomplish his life’s mission pertaining to continue to be an advocate for domestic violence, anti-bullying, sibling rivalry, LGBTQ issues, child abuse prevention, and helping this world be a better place.






For booking information contact:


Stacy Anderson

(949) 544-1410