Do planets orbit the sun in a counter clockwise direction?

'Counter-clockwise' requires a reference point such that we can determine which side of the galactic plane one is on to look at the direction of spin. That said, the planets do all orbit in the same direction.

Additionally, Venus, Uranus and the Plutoid all spin in different directions than the other planets, which spin the same way as their orbits. Venus spins in the exact opposite direction (retrograde), Uranus has its axis of spin on the galactic plane, and the Plutoid's axis is inclined 123 degrees to its plane of orbit, making its spin retrograde as well.