Client unable to identify her issue as a problem, which is ok, but what’s to coach?

I have a new coaching client who is recently retired (62 y.o., divorced for many years (no kids).
She hired me to “help with this new transition into retirement.” We’ve had 5 sessions so far. I haven’t been able to identify what the problem is, if any, despite being very direct (IE: What can I help you with?). She “switched” her problem now to wanting to find a romantic partner, but still, “no problem.” She’s putting herself out there, (meet-up’s, social activities, etc) so it’s too early to tell if she actually has a dating “problem.” I’ve been giving thought to the model, but certainly don’t want to make her feel like she should have a problem. lol Any thoughts?