Professor Xavier is the professor and head of the Xavier Institute, a home and training center for many of the X-Men that were once runaways or abandoned by their families. As he is an expert in mental health, continuing education standards of these runaways while helping them harness and control their mutant powers in an ethical way was the reason for establish the Xavier Institute. As a result, veteran X-Men have been supervised and trained at the facility, going on to battle villains and make the world a place in which mutants and humans can coexist. Some of these included Cyclops, Jean Grey, Rogue, Storm, Jubilee, Gambit, Beast, and Wolverine.
With extremely powerful telepath that can read minds, control others, and influence decisions by other people; as a long time scientist, he is also an expert in mental health. Continuing education standards in the Institute was his top priority, often staying behind while younger trainees were sent out to battle Magneto and other Sentinel robots. A large part of this reason is that professor X is a paraplegic, bound to a hovering “wheelchair”. In the films, Professor X is portrayed by Patrick Stewart, which has an uncannily similar look to Professor X’s original drawing that stayed consistent throughout the years. » Read more: Mental Health, Continuing Education, and the X-Men