I seem to mention it every time I post a reply on here but Saalbach-Hinterglemm would be a great choice for you. I’m a pretty confident skier, but I don’t like the steep, narrow ledges and paths either. Saalbach-Hinterglemm has virtually none of these, unless you count the black run down to the Nordbahn - which is easily avoided (and it sounds like you would). On the contrary, most of the slopes are nice, wide blues and reds and (thankfully) the steepest bits also tend to be the widest - great for building confidence. Now, it is quite low so you need to be sure of good snow, but also, it’s only an hour from Salzburg and the village has the usual geat Austrian atmosphere. I rate it highly - the only reason it’s not further up my list each year is because I live in Dublin and can’t get a direct daily scheduled flight to Salzburg.
Alternatively, you could try Les Gets / Morzine in the Portes du Soleil (just over a hour from Geneva) - very similar in nature to Saalbach - from which you can get up to Avoriaz and the main PDS (and I would recommed you do) if you’re feeling adventurous. Again, these resorts are quite low, but covenient and have lots of nice wide intermediate slopes.
I’m sure there are loads more, but these are the ones I have recent experiece of.