Cody Wehmeier, MS, LPC, NCC, CCPT-S, CPRT-S

Licensed Professional Counselor
National Certified Counselor
Certified Child-Centered Play Therapist Supervisor
Certified Child-Parent Relationship Therapy Supervisor
Certified Clinical Telemental Health Trained

Cody is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Texas, a National Certified Counselor, as well as a Certified Child-Centered Play Therapist and Supervisor. Cody earned a Master of Science degree in Counseling from the University of North Texas, the top-ranked play therapy program in the world, specializing in play therapy and LGBTQ+ issues. Cody is currently in the process of completing his doctoral degree in Counseling at UNT, continuing his specialization in play therapy. In addition, Cody’s training and clinical experiences include facilitation of activity therapy, group therapy, filial therapy, sand tray therapy, and traditional talk therapy, along with a diverse array of settings, spanning from community clinics to acute crisis centers. Before joining TOTS, Cody offered counseling and play therapy at UNT’s Child and Family Resource Clinic, and at several Denton ISD pre- and elementary schools, working with both child and adult clients, in close collaboration with parents, teachers, and school counselors. These opportunities have supported Cody’s ability to counsel a wide range of presenting concerns with clients of all ages.

Cody believes that counseling meets a critical need in today’s world, offering a healing and transformative space for anyone willing to move towards growth and change. Cody’s main objective in therapy is to facilitate a uniquely safe and transparent relationship. Cody actively works to support clients in tapping into their inner potential to expand and enhance their understanding of, and relationship with, themselves. Counseling with Cody tends to involve a mix of deeper exploration balanced by moments of joy and humor.

Cody enjoys working with clients of all ages but has developed a growing passion for working with parents who are seeking to enhance and deepen their relationship and communication skills with their children. In play therapy, Cody specializes in working with young children aged 3 to 8 who are exhibiting aggressive and disruptive behaviors. In addition, Cody offers a safe and affirming space for individuals of any age identifying along the LGBTQ+ spectrum, including LGBTQ+ parents and families.


Custom presentations available upon request.

    • Rough-and-Tumble: When Aggression is Normal & When to Be Concerned
    • Diagnosable or Developmentally Normal: Dispelling Fear and Uncertainty with Child Behaviors
    • “Is My Child the Problem?” Supporting Children in a Demanding & Fast-Paced World
    • Permissive vs. Authoritative: Finding Balance & Connection in Parenting
  • Self-Compassion: Providing Yourself Some Grace
  • Shame: Breaking the Emotional Shackles Within

Licensing & Education

Licensed Professional Counselor
National Certified Counselor
Registered Play Therapist Supervisor
Child Centered Play Therapist Supervisor
Child Parent Relationship Therapist Supervisor
Certified Clinical Telemental Health Provider
M.S. in Counseling, University of North Texas
B.A. in Sociology, University of North Texas

Associations & Organization

American Counseling Association


Parenting Issues and Relational Skills
Child Parent Relationship Therapy
LGBTQ+ Issues in Counseling
Gifted and Talented Pre-Adolescents and Teens
Play Therapy with Children Seeking Power and Control
Counseling for Clinical and Academic Professionals