The diagnostic label of "Gender Identity Disorder" is replaced now with "Gender Dysphoria" and gets a bit of tweaking.
Gender Dysphoria is a term created to describe people whose gender at birth is contrary to the one they identify with, and includes presence of significant distress related to it. Trans does not equal Gender Dysphoria in this diagnostic world, but trans with significant distress does. I would like to be in that world where a person not in a clear binary gender identity isn't attacked, hated, fired, or murdered. Since we are not, it is hard to get my mind around how trans people could walk around withOUT distress.
Gender nonconformity is no longer being treated as a mental disorder in the 2013 DSM-5 (diagnostic manual for clinicians. Don't get me started on the DSM.) Gender Dysphoria is moved to its own chapter-out of Sexual Dysfunctions.
A post-transition specifier was added for anyone living in the experienced gender (as in out of the closet full time) rather than gender assigned by others (no matter the legal sanction) so as not to create barriers to transition resources solely based on the depathologizing of transgender people.
Relationship repair and support is not just for the gender binary. Any transgendered person wishing to consult with me downtown on Saturdays can have a first appt as a gift with further consults on a donation (pay what you can) basis.